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Another major PDC world ranking event has come and gone with world No 1 Michael van Gerwen ruling planet darts once again. An exhilarating week at Dublins Citywest Hotel saw the Dutch ace land his third Grand Prix title and 21st tournament victory of a trophy-laden 2016. MVG seals Dublin hat-trick Michael van Gerwen wins the World Grand Prix for a third time Seeded players were dropping like flies during the opening few rounds with shocks galore, but in the end, it was the Green Machine who proved to be the best in the business. Here, we pick out some of the best moments from the tournament and its unique double-start format.Champions exit Reigning champion Robert Thornton and two-time winner James Wade crashed out on an opening night of high drama in Dublin. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just £6.99. No contract. Thornton lost out over three sets to former Lakeside Champion Stephen Bunting who battled back from a set down to take victory. Aldershot thrower Wade also exited as he lost in the deciding leg of his three-set contest with Terry Jenkins in a repeat of the 2007 final.Power turned off Steve West told Sky Sports that he still cant explain how he beat Phil Taylor Phil Taylor headed to the Emerald Isle in buoyant mood having won the Champions League of Darts event in Cardiff. The 11-time World Grand Prix winner was up against Dublin debutant Steve West, but even before their clash the venue suffered a power cut - forcing a 20 minute delay. Taylor was sent crashing out of the first round Waltham Abbeys West was a leg away from defeat but a 101 checkout helped him win the set before claiming the decider 3-1 to inflict a massive shock.Im gobsmacked, said the world No 52. Phils an absolute legend and no one can express what hes done for this game - its an honour to play him even, and to beat him is unreal. Van Gerwens major milestones Michael van Gerwens milestones from his 18 major ranking titles Brilliant Barney Raymond van Barneveld put on a stunning display, hitting a 97.2 average to beat Adrian Lewis 3-0 Two-time World Grand Prix finalist Raymond van Barneveld seemed to be rediscovering his best form just in time as he took on Jackpot Adrian Lewis in a sizzling early showdown.Barney punished his opponent with some accurate darts to win in straight sets much to the surprise of an expectant crowd.I felt comfortable and I was never nervous, and tonight was my night, said Van Barneveld, who impressed with a 97.90 average. Van Barneveld flew through to the quarter-finals Wizardry arrows It was an incredible battle between Alan Norris and Simon Whitlock at the World Grand Prix In arguably the match of the tournament, Simon Whitlock rekindled his old form to battle it out with Alan Norris in a thrilling contest.Norris hit back from two sets down to level, before taking a 2-1 lead in the fifth set. But Whitlock followed a 180 with his second 150 checkout of the game to force a sudden-death deciding leg, which he won with an incredible 10-darter to book a last eight spot. Watch Whitlock win his match against Norris with a 10-dart leg Magical MVG Michael van Gerwen beat a resurgent Simon Whitlock 3-1 to set up a semi-final meeting with Dave Chisnall Van Gerwen continued his charge towards the £100,000 title by averaging 103 in a classy 3-1 victory over Whitlock in the quarter-finals.The 27-year-old then fought back to beat Dave Chisnall to reach his fourth Dublin final in five years. Van Gerwen beat Gary Anderson 5-2 to win the World Grand Prix title for a third time With high hopes of a blockbuster final with World Champion Gary Anderson it was the flying Dutchman who claimed the glory to make it a treble at the double in-double out format. MVG needs another World title Michael van Gerwen must win another World Championship title, says Wayne Mardle He was averaging 108 by the time he stormed into a three-set lead and despite a spirited fightback, Van Gerwen got the job done with a stupendous 160 checkout to seal a 5-2. Watch Van Gerwens stunning 160 checkout to win the final You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the British Masters on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy three months at half price! Also See: Van Gerwens major milestones MVG seals Dublin hat-trick MVG needs another World title Darts Grand Prix Results Scott Kazmir Jersey . 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