Michael van Gerwen surprisingly lost on Sunday night in his second game in the Grand Slam of Darts. De Vlijmenaar was against Jonny Clayton in Aldersley.
Van Gerwen took the opening leg with a pause, after which Clayton responded brutally. That did not mean Mighty Mike & # 39; and the Brabander supplied gas on board. After three rounds, Van Gerwen led by 2-1 and managed to present the stunning average of 119.
Meanwhile, his Welsh opponent was so excited about this and he happily participated in the rhythm and punctuation of his opponent. And after seven stages Van Gerwen's advantage was still only one leg: 4-3. On the turn, everything suddenly went wrong with the Vlijmenaar and the Welshman actually came to the side. Van Gerwen messed up a bunch of darts and Clayton snorted about it.
"I miss four arrows for the game and that should not happen," Van Gerwen said afterwards. "It looks like I have a missing signature, I'm tired of it."