Michael van Gerwen thrashes Joe Cullen in just nine minutes with whitewash, before Jermaine Wattimena ends Dave Chisnall's hopes at German Darts Grand Prix

Michael van Gerwen and Jermaine Wattimena have qualified for the quarter-finals at the German Darts Grand Prix. Van Gerwen and Wattimena will face each other in the last eight on Monday night.

Van Gerwen managed to impress in his third round match against Joe Cullen. 'Mighty Mike' did not surrender a leg and also recorded an average of 102.48 and a finish percentage of 75 percent. The 34-year-old Dutchman threw a 156 finish in the first leg and then broke Cullen with a 12-darter. That was followed by a 17-darter and a 68 finish to double the lead to 4-0.

An 80 finish in the fifth leg extended the lead to 5-0. Van Gerwen then started the sixth leg with scores of 119 and 134 and finished the job in just nine minutes with a 14-darter.

Wattimena made it to the last eight at a Euro Tour tournament for the second time this year. 'The Machine Gun' managed a handsome 6-4 victory over Dave Chisnall, who was seeded first in Munich.

The darter from Westervoort took a 3-0 lead after Chisnall failed to capitalize on his chances in the second and third leg. Chizzy' then came back to 3-2, but a 13-darter kept Wattimena in the lead to make it 4-2.

Chisnall then came back to 4-4 via two 13 darters. Both players then held their own leg, forcing a deciding leg. The decider was won by Wattimena with a 15-darter.

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