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Tottenham Defender Lands Punter £1.5k In Victory Over Crystal Palace

Tottenham Defender Lands Punter £1.5k In Victory Over Crystal Palace

Juan Foyth scored his first goal in a Tottenham shirt yesterday as he bagged the only goal in the 1-0 win over Crystal Palace.

It was only the centre-back's second Premier League appearance since he arrived at Spurs from Estudiantes last summer.

However, he might have already became a fan favourite as he headed home a rebound from a corner 66 minutes in.

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Credit: PA
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The result means that Mauricio Pochettino's side won their fourth straight match in all competitions and put pressure on the top three, levelling on points with Chelsea and Liverpool and closing the gap to City to just two points.

However, they all have a game in hand on the North London side.

One person that will definitely be Foyth's biggest fan right now is the punter that placed £10 on him to score next at 151/1, returning the Sky Bet user £1,510.

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Elsewhere, Norwich's extremely late comeback against Millwall landed another punter £1229.27.

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Norwich trailed the London side 3-2 after Ryan Leonard equalised in the 81st minute before Jed Wallace put them ahead one minute later.

The bookies made the home side 125/1 to win the game as they were a goal behind with just eight minutes remaining, and one Bet365 user took his chances placing £10 on a Canaries comeback.

Goals from Jordan Rhodes, in the 92nd minute, and Teemu Pukki, 97 minutes in, yes 97 minutes, spurred a Norwich comeback returning the punter £1229.27.

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Meanwhile, another Sky Bet user missed out on £15,365.25 as he placed £5 on a four-fold first goal scorer acca.

The punter backed Manolo Gabbiadini, Demarai Gray, Alex Pritchard and Salomon Rondon to score first for their sides.

Gabbiadini bagged first for Southampton against Watford, while Pritchard and Rondon netted first for Huddersfield and Newcastle.

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However, Gray failed to score for The Foxes as they were held 0-0 at home to Burnley.