The Dutchman achieved the feat during his third round win over Ryan Murray in Wigan in the Coral UK Open Qualifier Four – scoring 180, 177 and finishing 144 in the fourth leg for his first nine-darter.
He then sealed a 6-2 triumph by scoring 177, 180 and then taking out 144 once more in leg eight to follow Phil Taylor as only the second player in history to hit two nine-darters in a match.
The world number one had incredibly survived two missed match darts from Adam Hunt before edging through a tight second round game 6-5 earlier in the afternoon at the Robin Park Tennis Centre.
Michael van Gerwen hit two nine-darters
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Taylor's incredible feat came in the 2010 Premier League final as he defeated James Wade at the Wembley Arena with a momentous achievement.
Taylor also hit two nine-dart finishes during one day on the PDC ProTour during the 2014 Coral UK Open Qualifiers in Wigan, while Van Gerwen missed double 12 to complete back-to-back perfect legs against James Wade at the 2013 World Championship.
Van Gerwen had hit a nine-dart finish at the Coral UK Open TV Finals last March, during a win over Rob Cross before he went on to retain the title at the Butlins Minehead Resort.