- Michael van Gerwen claimed 11-7 victory over Scot in Milton Keynes
- World No 1 has not been beaten since October 2016 an is enjoying great run
- Van Gerwen’s triumph earned him £60,000 for Masters title in lucrative win
- He said: ‘I love winning and I love what I do but it’s worth it’
Michael van Gerwen kept up his phenomenal run of form to beat Gary Anderson 11-7 at the Unibet Masters.
The Dutchman claimed the £60,000 prize money for the third straight year with another impressive showing.
Van Gerwen’s victory in Milton Keynes over the ‘Flying Scotsman’ came after triumphs over Simon Whitlock, Mensur Suljovic and Adrian Lewis.
Michael van Gerwen claimed his third successive Masters title with an 11-7 victory