through to world darts semi-finals
Gary Anderson won through to the semi-finals of the World Darts
Championships on Friday as he remains on course for a third successive
overcame an onslaught of 180s from seventh seed Dave Chisnall
out victorious in one of the greatest games seen on the Alexandra
battling back from two sets down, Chisnall showed incredible heart
to bring himself back to 3-2. He did so with a series of big scores.
Between the two players, a staggering 24 180s were thrown in the
opening 21 legs of the match.
Chisnall's confidence dropped after missing darts to go 4-2 up and
world champion Anderson punished the misses.
beat Dave Chisnall 5-3 to tie up a semi-final date against Peter
Wright, who dispatched James Wade earlier on Friday.
lives in Burnham-On-Sea with his partner Rachel. He has three sons
- Ryan, Joel and Tai.
previously worked as a builder, he and his partner Rachel previously
ran the Wellington Arms pub in Rooksbridge, near Burnham, until
a couple of years ago.
was given a civic reception by Burnham and Highbridge's Mayor following
his 2015 triumph, his first world championship.