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SportBeer-gate at the Ally Pally: Michael van Gerwin has pint thrown over him while preparing to make match entrance

02:30  16 december  2018
02:30  16 december  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Michael van Gerwen recorded a 105.26 average in his win over Robert Thornton. Van Gerwen looked to be cruising through to the last four at Alexandra Palace after a blistering start saw him Van Gerwin , who scored 13 of the 27 180 maximums in the match , told Sky Sports Darts: "What a game

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Two-time world champion Michael van Gerwen had a pint thrown over him as he walked on for his first appearance at this year's tournament at Alexandra Palace.

The world No 1's walk-on was interrupted as the 29-year-old Dutchman was doused in the drink then headed backstage rather than to the oche.

Van Gerwen, who looked upset when he returned, then regained his composure as he went on to win his match 3-1 against Englishman Alan Tabern.

Beer-gate at the Ally Pally: Michael van Gerwin has pint thrown over him while preparing to make match entrance © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Dutchman was doused in the booze and went backstage rather than up to the oche

After his victory, MVG still went back to the crowd to take selfies and sign autographs. Some supporters appeared to apologise for what had happened to him.

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It’s Michael van Gerwin . Dutch star is on a roll. Yet Michael van Gerwen is celebrating his second World Grand Prix title this week having picked himself up off the floor Let’s not forget that winning the 2014 PDC world darts championship made him the youngest player ever to do so at the age of 24.

It had been ages since he had felt so angry. He had been at the airport since seven o'clock in the morning until now, waiting for a flight to the New York. There was a lot of noise going on around him while he was trying to put the finishing touches to his final paragraph so until the end he gave up.

The culprit was thrown out and banned from darts for life. Speaking after his win, Van Gerwen said: 'I was a little emotional. It's never happened to me before. I've never had this in my life.

'I didn't know how to react. I was angry. All I could do was change my shirt, wash my hands, it was all over me. On to the next round.'

This has long been a danger in darts as fans are allowed so close to the players for their walk-ons.

Beer-gate at the Ally Pally: Michael van Gerwin has pint thrown over him while preparing to make match entrance © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Van Gerwen was left looking around to see who had thrown the beverage in his direction

A PDC spokesman added: 'The fan who threw the beer was removed from the premises. The PDC doesn't condone that sort of behaviour.'

Van Gerwen is usually among the more popular players on the circuit among fans. The PDC will now hope this proves to be a one-off incident.

At the end, MVG applauded the crowd and took the time to speak to media. He offered no excuses, saying he throws the darts and no one else.

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