Dave Chisnall "over the moon" after beating Michael van Gerwen

Dave Chisnall of England in action during his second round match on day eight of the 2013 Ladbrokes.com World Darts Championship at the Alexandra Palace on December 21, 2012
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World number seven Dave Chisnall hails his quarter-final victory over Michael van Gerwen at the World Grand Prix in Dublin as the best win of his career.

World number seven Dave Chisnall has hailed last night's quarter-final victory over Michael van Gerwen at the World Grand Prix in Dublin as the best win of his career.

Chisnall raced into a 2-0 lead against the defending champion, who fought back to level at 2-2 after checking out 127 in the fifth leg of set four.

However, Chizzy regained the upper hand by breaking the Dutchman in the opening leg of the decider.

He won the following leg by taking out 86 and, after Van Gerwen had held throw, he sealed his place in the last four by hitting double 10.

"I'm over the moon, I can't believe it," Chisnall told Sky Sports News.

"He didn't play his best, but I played quite good. This is my best win because it got me into the semi-finals. I put my A game in."

Chisnall will now take on Justin Pipe on Saturday night, with the winner going on to meet either James Wade or Phil Taylor in Sunday's final.

Michael van Gerwen of the Netherlands in action during his quarter-final match Clinton Bridge of Australia against during day two of the Sydney Darts Masters on August 30, 2013
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