Scotland - Peter Wright & John Henderson
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Scotland claimed glory in the 2019 and 2021 World Cup of Darts.
Gary Anderson and Peter Wright had been the beaten finalists in 2015, losing out to England, and in 2018 when the Netherlands denied them World Cup glory.
However, Anderson and Wright would not be denied in 2019 in Hamburg.
They were in dominant mood throughout the 32-nation event, whitewashing Denmark in their first round tie and claiming 2-0 wins over Sweden, Belgium and Japan to reach the final.
Steve Lennon gave the Republic of Ireland the lead by defeating Anderson 4-1 in the opening Singles tie, but Wright stepped up to defeat William O'Connor to level.
They then secured a 4-0 win in the Doubles before Wright saw off Lennon 4-1 to secure the £70,000 top prize and glory for a first time for their nation in the event.
Scotland then added a second World Cup triumph in 2021 as Wright was partnered by John Henderson to glory in Jena.
They defeated China and Poland to move into the quarter-finals, where they took a sudden-death leg to knock out four-times winners Netherlands.
The Scots then defeated reigning champions Wales in another sudden-death leg in the semi-finals, before overcoming Austria 3-1 in the final to reclaim the World Cup trophy.
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World Cup of Darts - 2019, 2021