Football Fan Put £25 On For There To Not Be A Penalty Inside First Minute Of Champions League Final
A football fan placed the most bizarre bet of the season when he put £25 on for there to NOT be a penalty in the first minute of Champions League final.
For reasons unknown, the punter thought there was no way a spot-kick would be awarded in the opening exchanges and put on £25 with atrocious odds of 1/1000.
There was hardly any point in putting the bet on because the return was never going to be big but then much to his anger, Liverpool won a penalty literally 20 seconds in Sadio Mane's cross struck the arm of Moussa Sissoko.
"It hits his chest first! Is it intentional? No way!" :rage:- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) June 1, 2019
"I think it's a penalty 10 years ago and I think it's a penalty now!"
"The referee has no option but to award it."
Mixed opinions in the BT Sport studio about the decision to award Liverpool a penalty...#UCLfinal pic.twitter.com/v9afYiFrKA
Referee Damir Skomina went to VAR but stayed put with his decision, allowing Mo Salah to open the scoring early on.
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It meant the fan lost his bet but the slip has gone viral as a result of this tweet.
At the opposite end of the betting spectrum, a punter won a whopping £117,000 after correctly predicting all ten results on the final day of the Premier League season but didn't even know his bet came in until 10 days later.
The unnamed better from Derbyshire placed £5 on an ambitious 23,496/1 10-fold accumulator with Paddy Power, guessing all the outcomes and pocketing exactly £117,485.16.
Spokesman Paddy Power said: "Like finding a winning lottery ticket down the back of the sofa, this punter hadn't realised he was over £117,000 richer from an accumulator he had on the last day of the season.
"He predicted the result of every game, including a loss for United against Cardiff, which in hindsight could've been the most obvious of the lot - but didn't find out until 10 days after the event!"