Michael Smith has given his memories on his greatest game in his career so far which he picked his match against Phil Taylor at the 2014 PDC World Championship.
Smith was down a set on three occasions but kept his cool to send it to sudden death in the final set and he struck with a 128 finish on the bullseye.
Speaking about it he said because it was first to four he was never worried and when they went 3-3, he was really pleased and up for the task.
“It was first to four sets, I was never worried,” Smith recalls.
“I knew if he went 2-0 up that then would be time to start panicking, as long as I got it to 1-1 then each set, we just broke each other.
“No one held their throw until the last set because Phil won the bull and gave me the darts. So, when we went 3-3, I thought happy days and I managed to hold my throw and win that last set.”Tags: Michael Smith, PDC World Championship, Phil Taylor
Author: Samuel Gill