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Dimitri van den Berg starts narrowly losing to De Souza in the final week of Premier League darts and gets out of the top four |  Darts in the Premier League

Dimitri van den Berg starts narrowly losing to De Souza in the final week of Premier League darts and gets out of the top four | Darts in the Premier League

DartsDimitri van den Berg kicked off the week of the Premier League Finals by throwing darts with a false notice. He narrowly lost to Jose de Souza and went out of the top four. So there are no playoff matches for our compatriots at the moment. After an exciting match I became 8-6.




Will the “Dancing Dimi” tour be more exciting with the fans? The Belgian replied in advance: “Maybe I’ll dance a little more, but I still have to take the knee into account.” As always he danced profusely. When Happy went viral and Dimitri van den Berg took to the stage, thousands of supporters went crazy. Our citizen knows how to play it.

Then the match. José de Souza was the opponent, and was very tough in the previous confrontation. The men quietly entered the match, although “Dancing Dimi” actually left a break in the second leg. At a 2–1 draw at Souza, Van den Berg missed an opportunity to bring his leg up. Thanks to the Portuguese – with some help from the crowd – he managed to win the first half.

Then it went smoothly back and forth. Van den Berg gave an excellent show at times and wasted no more breaks. De Souza also shot with great power, averaging 100. Van den Berg seemed to be heading towards defeat, but at exactly 7-5, “Dancing Dimi” crossed the Portuguese court. 7-6, and suddenly she looked pretty. It shouldn’t be for Van den Berg, as de Souza immediately afterwards made the score 8-6.

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There are no points for our fellow countrymen. He is falling out of the top four in the Premier League at the moment. Souza jumps to second place. The best of four playoff matches (semi-final and final) will be played on 28 May, and the overall winner will receive £ 250,000 (€ 288,000). Tomorrow Van den Berg will face Peter Wright.

The ceremonial rise of “Demi the Dancer”:

Anti-fracture of ‘dancing dimi’:

We spoke with Dimitri van den Berg earlier:

Read also: Evie Luertz, the key to Dimitri van den Berg’s success: “Even his friends in England describe him as” cheesy, “because he’s always kind and honest.”


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