James Wade and Dimitri van den Bergh shared the spoils in the second Premier League game of the night in Rotterdam.
Wade had to survive a match dart from the debutant before closing out the draw in a dramatic clash.
Van den Bergh started the clash with a dream start pinning double sixteen and then doubled his lead.
This was before a draft blew on the stage and as a result, they had to leave the stage for a period of time.
Wade came back to go two-all but Van den Bergh regained the lead going 4-2 up with a 140 checkout.
Both players were averaging around the 106 mark for this portion of the match with both players exchanging legs at a rapid pace.
Van den Bergh would have thought that he reached the turning point in the match at 5-4 up as he rattled in a 121 checkout but once again he was pegged back.
The Belgian finally made sure of a point and then missed one match dart allowing Wade to capitalise and claim the draw.
Night Eight schedule
Gerwyn Price (93.15) 5-7 (93.87) Michael Smith
James Wade (103.35) 6-6 (100.73) Dimitri Van den Bergh
Rob Cross v Mensur Suljovic
Peter Wright v Michael van Gerwen
Raymond van Barneveld v Daryl Gurney
Tags: Dimitri van den Bergh, James Wade, Premier League 2019
A superb game as James Wade and Dimitri Van den Bergh battle out a draw here…
— PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) March 27, 2019
Author: Samuel Gill