Unstoppable Van Gerwen seals inaugural Poland Darts Masters title, sweeps aside birthday boy Van den Bergh with 113 average

There were many doubts surrounding Michael van Gerwen heading into the Poland Darts Masters, but as ever he has quelled those in a truly unstoppable display for yet another World Series of Darts title.

Van Gerwen sealed victory in the last tournament, the US Darts Masters and adds the inaugural event in Warsaw to his collection smashing Dimitri van den Bergh in the final 8-3.

Coming after major dental surgery and admitting he was mentally fragile and in some discomfort after it, he looked a shadow of his former self in Trier last week but has bounced back.

It was a 113 average, the highest ever to win a World Series of Darts title hitting six 180's, 47% on the outer ring too. He won't head to Australia and New Zealand next month though so this dominance will end for a while.

Van den Bergh who has a poor record against MVG started well going 1-0 up with an 84 checkout for an early break.

But it was one way traffic from there as MVG hit back-to-back legs and opened up a 3-1 gap with a 118 average and a 91 checkout for a 12-darter.

Van den Bergh stayed in touch by hitting double eight to make it 3-2 but at the interval, he found himself three from defeat.

MVG defied a third 180 from Van den Bergh to hit double four to make it 5-2, all while averaging 113.

A mark he maintained for the rest of the contest as he hit an 84 checkout for an 11-darter. Followed by a 12-dart 91 checkout in a true exhibition of combination finishing.

An 86 checkout was just that again to seal the deal. The birthday boy Van den Bergh suffers another crushing defeat to MVG in the worst present he will receive this year.

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