Price considers himself rightful winner at World Series Finals: 'Dirk played fantastic but I think I played a little bit better'

Gerwyn Price managed to win the World Series of Darts Finals for the second time on Sunday night. 'The Iceman' won 11-10 against Dirk van Duijvenbode after a thrilling final.

"I'm thrilled to get over the line," said Price, who ended the final with a 100.14 average. "Dirk played fantastic but I think I played a little bit better.

Price managed to break Van Duijvenbode twice prior to the last leg, but the Dutchman twice reversed his break deficit. 'The Iceman' had break Van Duijvenbode a third time as 'Aubergenius' had throw in the last leg. Price succeeded in that mission, but according to the Welshman he could have won by a bigger scoreline.

"It was a great game but I made it really difficult for myself. There were two or three legs where I missed doubles, and at five-all going into the second break I probably could have been 7-3 up.

"I knew from there on in it was going to be a tough battle; Dirk was playing really well and obviously the crowd were supporting him but I dug in there right until the end.

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