The accumulator special was focused on the European super cup final and 2 Premier League games being played on 8th and 12th of August!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Real Madrid to Win the Trophy
Real Madrid – Manchester United

Arsenal to Win
Arsenal – Leicester City

Everton to Win
Everton – Stoke City

The games end in the following results:

Real Madrid 2 – 1 Manchester United
Real Madrid are the dominant force in European football and that is more than obvious. After winning the Champions League title earlier this year, the Spanish giants did well to clinch the European Super Cup as well. Despite the fact that Cristiano Ronaldo started the match against Europa League winners Manchester United los Blancos defeated the Premier League side in Skopje 2-1 and gave fans yet another reason for celebration. Midfielder Casemiro opened the scoring in the 24th minute of the match, with Isco doubling Real Madrid’s lead seven minutes into the second half. Romelu Lukaku broke the deadlock for Man Utd ten minutes later (’62) and it has to be noted that Marcus Rashford missed a clear-cut opportunity to level the score ten minute before the final whistle. Taking everything into account, Real Madrid dominated the game and they totally deserved to win the prestigious trophy.

24′ Casemiro 1 – 0
52′ Isco 2 – 0
62′ Romelu Lukaku 2 – 1

Arsenal 4 – 3 Leicester City
Arsenal kicked off the new Premier League campaign with a come-from behind win over Leicester City. Coach Arsene Wenger could not count on key defenders for the opening match of the season and, as a result, the Gunners experienced all sorts of problems at the back in the 4-3 win over the Foxes. Summer signing Alexandre Lacazette opened the scoring for Arsenal after just two minutes, but three minutes later Okazaki scored the equalizer for Leicester City. To make things even better for Leicester fans Jamie Vardy scored the second for the away team in the 29th minute, but Arsenal attacker Danny Wellbeck level the score on the stroke of half time. Jamie Vardy netted his second goal of the game 11 minutes into the second half, but thanks to two late goals by Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud Arsene Wenger’s troops recorded a memorable 4-3 win over Craig Shakespeare’s charges on the opening day of the season.

2′ Alexandre Lacazette 1 – 0
5′ Shinji Okazaki 1 – 1
29′ Jamie Vardy 1 – 2
45′ Danny Welbeck 2 – 2
56′ Jamie Vardy 2 – 3
83′ Aaron Ramsey 3 – 3
85′ Olivier Giroud 4 – 3

Everton 1 – 0 Stoke City
Thanks to Wayne Rooney’s goal Everton recorded a hard-fought 1-0 win over Stoke City in the opening match of the season. The former Manchester United ace scored on his return to Goodison Park, but it has to be noted that the Toffees failed to impress in their opener. Ronald Koeman’s troops were struggling to break the deadlock in the first half of the match, but then a perfect lofted pass from Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the 45th minute found Wayne Rooney, who steered a close-range header into the roof of the net. Everton eventually managed to defend their slim lead and Dominic Calvert-Lewin should have doubled their lead in the 70th minute of the match. The full-back unleashed a fine effort towards the left side of the goal, but his shot was brilliantly saved by Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland. As previously mentioned, Everton played below expectations on the opening day of the season, but taking everything into account, they deserved to pick up all three points from the clash.

45′ Wayne Rooney

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