Phil Taylor: I would never cheat in a million years

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I would never cheat, says Taylor

World darts champion Phil Taylor tells BBC Radio Stoke that he would "never cheat in a million years" and has been left hurt by accusations of cheating during the Gibraltar Darts Trophy in June.

Taylor was awarded a leg in his second-round victory over Dean Winstanley, despite video footage appearing to show one of his winning darts had landed outside the double.

The 52-year-old admitted comments about the incident had affected him during his World Matchplay quarter-final victory over Justin Pipe in Blackpool on Thursday.

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