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Punter Cashed Out £5 10-Fold Bet To Collect £200,000 Winnings

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Punter Cashed Out £5 10-Fold Bet To Collect £200,000 Winnings

We have an early contender for bet of the season after one punter cashed out a £5 10-fold just in time to collect nearly £200,000 this weekend.

The Ladbrokes online customer ambitiously put on the bet, which needed 10 results across European football to come in, with odds of roughly 200,000/1.

The vast majority of outcomes were pretty plain-sailing but it was over in Spain where the nail-biting finales occured. Atletico Madrid came from 2-0 down to seal a last-gasp 3-2 win over Eibar but when it come to Real Madrid's game against Villarreal, he made the brave and correct decision to cash out at 1-1.

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Villarreal went 2-1 up in the 74th minute but Gareth Bale levelled matters with his second in the 86th minute, before being sent off in the fourth minute of stoppage time.

The perfectly timed cash-out meant the punter was £199,737.57 richer after one of the most incredible bets in recent times.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "It's early days in the season but this bet will take some beating as far as we're concerned."

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"The timing of the cash out couldn't have been better and we're delighted for our plucky in-play punter."

Another mighty fine £5 10-fold bet came on the final day of the Premier League season when someone from Derbyshire correctly predicted every single result and pocketed exactly £117,485.16.

He had draws in Leicester-Chelsea, Southampton-Huddersfield and Tottenham-Everton, as well as Arsenal beating Burnley, Crystal Palace defeating Bournemouth, Fulham losing to Newcastle, West Ham signing off with a win over Watford and Cardiff pulling off a shock win over Manchester United.

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The lad also accurately predicted both Liverpool and City would win their games on the final day, with Pep Guardiola's side coming from behind against Brighton to record a 4-1 victory that secured them back-to-back titles.

Topics: Football News, PSV, Football, Atletico Madrid, Villarreal, Real Madrid, Inter Milan

Josh Lawless
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