José de Sousa hat beim Grand Slam of Darts den ganz großen Coup geschafft und im Finale im englischen Coventry den Triumph gegen James. DartsJosé de SousaProfil. José de Sousa. José Augusto Oliveira de Sousa. geboren, in: Portugal. Nationalität. Portugal. Anzeige. News - José de. Der Portugiese Jose de Sousa (46) hat sensationell den Grand Slam of Darts gewonnen. Die Nummer 34 der Welt schlug im Finale den.
José de Sousa ist der BoyleSports Grand Slam of Darts Champion 2020Grand Slam of Darts - das Finale heute live: Jose de Sousa gegen James Wade im TV und Livestream. Von SPOX. Dienstag, José Augusto Oliveira de Sousa ist ein portugiesischer Dartspieler. José Augusto Oliveira de Sousa (* Februar in Azambuja) ist ein portugiesischer Dartspieler. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Karriere; 2 PDC-Weltmeisterschaft.
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He advanced through Group F with maximum points and posted averages of 98 and in recording impressive wins over Ian White and Damon Heta.
Throughout the last decade, Wade has forged a reputation for cleaning up at wide-open tournaments, when Phil Taylor and Van Gerwen had fallen by the wayside, and he may feel he is poised to add another title to his illustrious haul.
He has performed with the poise of a champion, illustrated by the fact he has been installed as the new tournament favourite.
The diminutive Belgian stormed through to the quarter-finals having conceded just six legs, boasting a tournament average of whilst also twice missing double 12 for a nine-darter.
Having beaten Dave Chisnall, Michael Smith and Van Gerwen's conqueror Simon Whitlock during the knockout stages, De Sousa rubberstamped his arrival at the very top of the game with a memorable win over a multiple major champion.
Jose De Sousa described winning the Grand Slam of Darts as 'a dream come true', while James Wade labelled his performance 'rubbish' after losing in the final.
The Special One fired an early warning of his finishing power with a brilliant finish. The countdown is on to the World Darts Championship, which begins on 15 December.
The Machine also pinned a brilliant Shanghai finish but it was all to no avail. De Sousa said after his victory that he'd like to face Van den Bergh in the final and he probably ought to be set to, only for the Belgian to blow a handy lead as Wade produced a trademark comeback.
Van den Bergh was in command early as his throw proved impenetrable, and when he threw an dart leg to lead the finish line was well within sight.
He missed a dart at double 16 to move into a five-leg lead and that kept Wade interested as he pinched that one before and dart legs got him back within one at After the next two legs were exchanged, Van den Bergh paid the price for attempting to hit bullseye for a finish when Wade was back on , going on to miss five darts at double as Wade stole the leg to draw level at To his immense credit, Van den Bergh produced a dart leg against the throw to move back in front and now had darts in hand for the match, only for Wade to pick himself up off the canvas, survive one match dart at bullseye, and level it up again at DDB Ranking.
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