Both chefs excelled in the final cooking round, which saw fellow finalist Oli Boon fall at the last hurdle when his dessert was left in the fridge rather than the freezer.
'This has probably been one of the hardest, tightest finals that I have ever seen,' Michel, the 2 Michelin star chef, said.
'It was just impossible to split them - their talents have been matched plate for plate for the past several challenges and it was truly impossible to award one the title over the other.'
The contest, which pits professional chefs against each other in a series of expert culinary challenges, was a tightly-fought race with Keri and Anton neck-and-neck throughout the different stages of the show.
But it was their final dishes that convinced the judges that they should both hold the MasterChef crown.
Do you think it was fair to have two winners? Did you feel sorry for poor Oli? Share your comments below...
Where to next?