Van den Bergh on World Cup disappointment after Engstrom win: "I felt really sad that I performed the way I did"

Dimitri van den Bergh only just edged past Johan Engstrom 6-4 to reach the Quarter-Finals of the Nordic Darts Masters where he will take on Gary Anderson.

Van den Bergh will look to put his World Cup of Darts disappointment behind him after an early defeat to Austria and he discussed this post match.

"Definitely was a tough game to come through. If you look to last week at the World Cup of Darts I didn't really play well. All credits to Kim, he was absolutely phenomenal and I felt really sad that I performed the way I did last week and I'm really happy that I managed to get through to this round against a top player from the Nordic Baltic system," he said to Online Darts.

"It was my worst game that I've been playing lately and unfortunately it was in my singles game. All credit to Austria, they did fantastic to get to the final but maybe it could have been Belgium."

He also spoke about what it means to return to World Series action after a long time away for the events.

"The World Series is a fantastic way to introduce other players around the world. Normally World Series goes to America, Nordic Baltic, Asia and Australia. They show all the quality and all the talent that they have around the world."

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