Category: Accumulator of the Week

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE TREBLE LANDS!

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE TREBLE LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the Champions League 2018/2019 qualifiers!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Videoton FC to Win
Videoton FC 2 – 1 F91 Dudelange

Rosenborg to Win
Rosenborg 3 – 1 Valur

FC Astana to Win
Sutjeska 0 – 2 FC Astana

 


The games end in the following results:

Videoton FC 2 – 1 F91 Dudelange

18′ Danko Lazovic 1 – 0
54′ Clement Couturier 1 – 1
58′ Loic Nego 2 – 1

Rosenborg 3 – 1 Valur

55′ Nicklas Bendtner 1 – 0
72′ Anders Trondsen 2 – 0
85′ Freyr Sigurdsson 2 – 1
90′ Nicklas Bendtner 3 – 1

Sutjeska 0 – 2 Astana

38′ Djordje Despotovic 0 – 1
65′ Serikzhan Muzhikov 0 – 2


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HATTRICK WORLD CUP ACCA LANDS!

HATTRICK WORLD CUP ACCA LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on two games being played in the World Cup 2018

We have recommended the following accumulator:

France to Win
France 4 – 2 Croatia

Belgium to win the bronze medal
Belgium 2 – 0 England

 


The games end in the following results:

France 4 – 2 Croatia
Thanks to a 4-2 win over Croatia France won their second trophy at the FIFA World Cup finals. Despite the fact that the Croats dominated the first half, France took the lead after 18 minutes, with Mario Mandzukic scoring an own goal. Ten minutes later Ivan Perisic scored a beautiful goal to level the score, but Croatia’s celebration did not last long. Antoine Griezman sent an unstoppable penalty past Croatia goalkeeper Danijel Subasic in the 38th minute of the match to make it 2-1. In the second half of the match France totally outplayed Luka Modric and Co, with both Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe finding the net for les Tricolores. In the 69th minute of the match France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris made a huge mistake which helped Mario Mandzukic score the second goal for the Croats and set up the final score of the 2018 World Cup final.

18′ Mario Mandzukic 1 – 0
28′ Ivan Perisic 1 – 1
38′ Antoine Griezmann 2 – 1
59′ Paul Pogba 3 – 1
65′ Kylian Mbappe 4 – 1
69′ Mario Mandzukic 4 – 2

Belgium 2 – 0 England
Belgium and England faced each other in the 2018 FIFA World Cup third place play-offs. Belgium took the lead after four minutes, with Thomas Meunier opening the scoring for the Red Devils. Nacer Chadli played a terrific cross over to the PSG right-back, who found some space inside the box to put the ball into back of the net. The Belgians continued to dominate the match and eight minutes later Kevin de Bruyne wasted a huge opportunity to double the lead. There were no too many clear-cut opportunities to score in the second half of the match, but the Three Lions could have scored the equalizer on two occasions. Eric Dier wasted a golden opportunity to level the score in the 70th minute, with Harry Maguire planting the header that went a whisker wide of the left post four minutes later. Belgium eventually scored the second, with Eden Hazard setting up the final score of the match (2-0) in the 82th minute.

4′ Thomas Meunier 1 – 0
82′ Eden Hazard 2 – 0


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WORLD CUP STREAK CONTINUES!

WORLD CUP STREAK CONTINUES!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the World Cup 2018

We have recommended the following accumulator:

England to go Through
Sweden – England

Croatia to go Through
Russia – Croatia

 


The games end in the following results:

Sweden 0 – 2 England
Even though many people expected that Sweden would make life difficult for England in the 2018 World Cup quarter-finals, the Three Lions booked their place in the semis of the showpiece tournament without any difficulties. Gareth Southgate’s troops took the lead in the 30th minute of the match, with centre back Harry Maguire heading the ball home after corner kick. The Swedes started the second half well, with the team creating a great opportunity to score in the 47th minute. However, Jordan Pickford did well to save Marcus Berg’s header, who rose above the opponent’s defence. England then created several chances to double their lead before Dele Alli made it 2-0 after 60 minutes. Sweden midfielder Viktor Claesson unleashed a shot to the left post, which failed to beat the keeper. England managed to defend their two-goal lead and they totally deserved to make it to the World Cup semi-finals.

30′ Harry Maguire 0 – 1
59′ Dele Alli 0 – 2

Croatia 2 – 2 Russia (Croatia wins after penalties)
Russia and Croatia faced each other at Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi in the quarter-finals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Croatia missed a couple of good chances to score in the first ten minutes of the match, with Ante Rebic failing to break the deadlock. Russia were waiting for their chance and after 31 minutes they scored the opener in style. Denis Cheryshev scored a brilliant goal from long range after Artem Dzyub passed him the ball, but Russia’s celebration did not last long. Eight minutes before the half-time break Mario Mandzukic picked out Andrej Kramaric, with the Hoffenheim attacker scoring the equalizer with a fine header. Both teams then decided to slow down the tempo of the match, which eventually went into extra-time. The Croats scored first in the extra-time, with Domagoj Vida planting a header inside the right post. Nonetheless, Mario Fernandes did well to level the score (2:2) in the 115th minute of the game. Zlatko Dalic’s men eventually won the penalty shoot-out lottery and set up a meeting with England in the World Cup semis.

31′ Denis Cheryshev 1 – 0
39′ Andrej Kramaric 1 -1
101′ Domagoj Vida 1 – 2
115′ Mario Fernandes 2 – 2

Penalty shoot-out
Fedor Smolov 0 – 1 Marcelo Brozovic
Alan Dzagoev 1 – 1 Mateo Kovacic
Mario Fernandes 1 – 2 Luka Modric
Sergei Ignashevich 2 – 3 Domagoj Vida
Daler Kuzyaev 3 – 4 Ivan Rakitic


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PICKFORD HELPS OUR ACCA!

PICKFORD HELPS OUR ACCA!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the World Cup 2018

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Belgium to Win✓ 
Belgium – Japan

England to go Through
Colombia – England

Brazil to Win
Brazil – Mexico

 


The games end in the following results:

Belgium 3 – 2 Japan
Despite being regarded as hot favourites to beat Japan in the 2018 FIFA World Cup last 16, Belgium experienced all sorts of problems at the back in Monday’s football match against the Samurai Blue, who took the lead three minutes into the second half. Haraguchi scored the opener for Japan, with Inui doubling their lead four minutes later. However, Belgium coach then made two crucial changes, with Fellaini and Chadli coming as substitutes. Jan Vertonghen’s header helped the Red Devils get back into the game in the 69th minute and five minutes later Fellaini scored the equalizer for Roberto Martinez’s troops. When everybody in the stadium expected that the match will go into extra-time, Nacer Chadli scored the winner for Belgium from close range. It has to be noted that Keisuke Honda could have helped Japan make it to the quarter-finals in the third minute of the stoppage time, but Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois did well to deny his long-range free kick.

48′ Genki Haraguchi 0 – 1
52′ Takashi Inui 0 – 2
69′ Jan Vertonghen 1 – 2
74′ Marouane Fellaini 2 – 2
90′ Nacer Chadli 3 – 2

Colombia 1 – 1 England (England wins after penalties)
Colombia and England faced each other at Otkrytiye Arena in Moscow in the last 16 of the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals. The Three Lions broke the deadlock after 57 minutes, with Harry Kane scoring the opener from the penalty spot. Gareth Southgate’s men then decided to defend their lead and they were on the verge of beating los Cafeteros in the regular time. However, the Colombians decided not to give up on their quarter-final dream and Barcelona defender Jerry Mina scored the equalizer in the dying minutes of the match. Both sides missed a couple of chances to score the winner in the extra-time, but the winner was eventually decided in the penalty shoot-out. England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford saved Carlos Bacca’s penalty in round 5, with Eric Dier eventually helping the Three Lions book their place in the quarter-finals of the showpiece tournament.


57′ Harry Kane 0 – 1
90′ Yerry Mina 1 -1

Penalty shoot-out
Radamel Falcao 1 – 1 Harry Kane
Juan Cuadrado 2 – 2 Marcus Rashford
Luis Muriel 3 – 2 Jordan Henderson
Mateus Uribe 3 – 3 Kieran Trippier
Carlos Bacca 3 – 4 Eric Dier

Brazil 2 – 0 Mexico
A place in the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup was at stake when Brazil and Mexico faced each other at Cosmos Arena. The Mexicans played well in the first half of the match, but they eventually failed to turn their dominance into goals. However, the Brazilians dominated the second half of the game, with the South American giants opening the scoring after 51 minutes. Neymar scored the opener for the Selecao, with Willian missing a clear-cut opportunity to double Brazil’s lead eight minutes later. In the 88th minute of the match substitute Roberto Firmino put the game to bed, with the Liverpool attacker blazing home from close range. Raul Jimenez could have scored a consolation goal for Mexico in the dying seconds of the match, but the ball hit one of the defenders and bounced away. Taking everything into account, Brazil totally deserved to book their place in the quarter-finals of the showpiece tournament.

51′ Neymar 1 – 0
88′ Roberto Firmino 2 – 0


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WORLD CUP ACCA SUCCEEDS!

WORLD CUP ACCA SUCCEEDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in preparations of the World Cup 2018!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Portugal to Win✓ 
Portugal – Morocco

France to Win
France – Peru

Belgium to Win
Belgium – Tunisia


The games end in the following results:

Portugal 1 – 0 Morroco
Portugal and Morocco faced each other at Stadion Luzhniki in the second group game at the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals. Portugal broke the deadlock after just four minutes thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo’s close-range header. Morocco then started dominating the game and it has to be noted that they created several clear-cut chances to level the score. Mehdi Benatia could have scored the equalizer, but his long-range header was not powerful enough. Younes Belhanda had the first chance for Morocco in the second half in the 57th minute of the match, but his header from the penalty spot failed to beat Portugal goalkeeper Rui Patricio. Fernando Santos’ men defended well in the remainder of the match and eventually recorded their first win of the process. Speaking of statistics, Morocco had 16 goal attempts, whereas Portugal had shots on goal. Anyhow, the Moroccans suffered elimination in the group stages of the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals.

4′ Cristiano Ronaldo 1 – 0

France 1 – 0 Peru
Even though many people expected that Peru would make life difficult for France at Ekaterinburg Arena, les Tricolores recorded yet another hard-fought win at the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals. Didier Deschamps’ troops broke the deadlock in the 34th minute of the match, with talented striker Kylian Mbappe scoring his first goal of the tournament. The PSG attacker tapped home from close range after the rebound fell kindly into his path and nine minutes later left back Lucas Hernandez missed a chance to double the lead. Les Tricolores defended well in the second half of the match and, taking everything into account, they totally deserved to book their place in the last 16 of the showpiece tournament. It has to be noted, though, that Luis Advincula created a good chance for himself in the 68th minute, but he eventually failed to find the net.

34′ Kylian Mbappe 1 – 0

Belgium 5 – 2 Tunisia
As expected, Belgium outclassed Tunisia (5-2) in their second group game at the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals. The Red Devils proved their worth in the triumph over the African side, with Romelu Lukaku adding two more goals to his account. Eden Hazard opened the scoring for Roberto Martinez’s troops after six minutes and ten minutes later Romelu Lukaku doubled their lead. Bronn then gave Tunisia fans a reason for celebration as he found the net following Wahbi Khazri’s assist. When everybody expected that the referee would blow the whistle for the end of the first half, Romelu Lukaku scored his second goal of the match and made it 3-1. Eden Hazard and Michy Batshuayi scored in the second half for the Red Devils as well, with Wahbi Khazri setting up the final score of the match – 5-2 in the stoppage time.

6′ Eden Hazard 1 – 0
16′ Romelu Lukaku 2 – 0
18′ Dylan Bronn 2 – 1
45′ Romelu Lukaku 3 – 1
51′ Eden Hazard 4 – 1
90′ Michy Batshuayi 5 – 1
90′ Wahbi Khazri 5 – 2


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INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY ACCA COMES IN!

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY ACCA COMES IN!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in preparations of the World Cup 2018!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

England to Win✓ 
England – Costa Rica

Norway to Win
Norway – Panama

Belgium to Win
Belgium – Egypt


The games end in the following results:

England 2 – 0 Costa Rica
England and Costa Rica faced each other at Elland Road in a friendly game. Both take part at the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals and, as a result, Gareth Southgate and Oscar Ramirez used the game to test some players. The England boss rested key attacker Harry Kane, but Marcus Rashford scored a stunner after 13 minutes. The Three Lions continued to dominate the game, but they eventually failed to double their lead before the half-time break. 15 minutes before the final whistle Dele Alli provided an assist for Danny Welbeck, who set up the final score of the match (2-0). Los Ticos produced a very poor performance in their penultimate warm-up game, but it has to be noted that coach Oscar Ramirez rested experienced attacker Bryan Ruiz in the Elland Road clash. Cristian Bolanos had the best chance to score for Costa Rica in the 82th minute of the game, but he failed to direct his shot on target.

13′ Marcus Rashford
76′ Danny Welbeck

Norway 1 – 0 Panama
Following a 3-2 win over Iceland, Norway gave fans yet another reason for celebration. The Norwegians defeated Panama 1-0 in front of home fans, with Premier League attacker Joshua King scoring the winner for the hosts. The Nordic side scored the only goal of the match after four minutes and it has to be noted that they had no more than one shot on target in the remainder of the match. Unlike Norway, Panama will take part at the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals, but their performance in Wednesday’s football match was anything but good. Panama had only one shot on target during the game, which is probably the main reason why they failed to spoil Norway’s party at Ullevaal Stadion. Los Canaleros kick off their World Cup campaign against Belgium on June 18.

4′ Joshua King 1 – 0

Belgium 3 – 0 Egypt
As expected, Belgium defeated Egypt in their penultimate warm-up game ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals. The Red Devils outclassed the African side 3-0 in Brussels, but it has to be noted that the Pharaohs were playing without key man Mohamed Salah, who missed the game with injury. Roberto Martinez’s men adopted an attack-minded approach in Wednesday’s friendly, but they were struggling to break the deadlock. However, Premier League ace Romelu Lukaku scored the opener for the Belgians after 27 minutes, with Eden Hazard doubling Belgium’s lead nine minutes later. The Red Devils put the game to bed in the stoppage time (90+2), with Marouane Fellaini finding the net for the hosts. Taking everything into account, Belgium’s victory is well deserved. The hosts had no less than 20 goal attempts during the match, while taking 8 corner kicks. 

27′ Romelu Lukaku 1 – 0
38′ Eden Hazard 2 – 0
90′ Marouane Fellaini 3 – 0


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EUROPEAN ACCA HITS!

EUROPEAN ACCA HITS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 3rd and 4th of May in the Europa and Champions League!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Both teams to score✓ 
Real Madrid – Bayern Munich

Both teams to score
AS Roma – Liverpool

Atletico Madrid to win
Atletico Madrid – Arsenal

 


The games end in the following results:

Real Madrid 2 – 2 Bayern Munich
When Joshua Kimmich scored the opener for Bayern Munchen in the 3rd minute of the match, many people expected that the Jupp Heynckes’ men would spoil Real Madrid’s party at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu in the Champions League semis, return leg. Los Blancos, though, quickly equalized, with Marcelo putting the ball on a plate for Karim Benzema, who scored from a close range. Bayern Munchen then missed a couple of clear-cut opportunities to score and, as a result, the two teams were level on goals during the half-time break. The Bavarians were a better side in the first half and nobody expected that los Blancos would take the lead at the start of the second half. Bayern goalkeeper Sven Ulreich committed an unbelievable error that eventually cost Jupp Heynckes’ team a place in the Champions League final. Karim Benzema scored his second goal of the match in the 86th minute, but Real Madrid’s celebration did not last long as James Rodriguez equalized after 63 minutes. Considering that 2-2 the final score of the match Real Madrid will take on Liverpool in the Champions League final.

3′ Joshua Kimmich 0 – 1
11′ Karim Benzema 1 – 1
46′ Karim Benzema 2 – 1
63′ James Rodriguez 2 – 2

AS Roma 4 – 2 Liverpool
Liverpool could not have wished for a better start to the match. The Reds opened the scoring after nine minutes, with Saido Mane finding the net for Premier League club. However, Liverpool’s celebration did not last long as James Milner scored an own goal in the 15th minute of the match. Both sides then missed several clear-cut chances to score before Georginio Wijnaldum scored the second for Jurgen Klopp’s troops. Seven minutes into the second half Edin Dzeko leveled the score, with the Bosnia international rifling the ball into the left side of the goal to make it 2-2. The Romans then continued to attack, but they took the lead pretty late. Radja Naingollan scored a wonder goal from long-range, helping the Serie A side keep their hopes of making it to the Champions League final alive. The Belgium international scored his second goal of the match from the penalty spot in the stoppage time, but that did not help Roma eliminate Liverpool in the semis of the elite competition.

9′ Sadio Mane 0 – 1
15′ James Milner 1 – 1
25′ Georginio Wijnaldum 1 – 2
52′ Edin Dzeko 2 – 2
86′ Radja Nainggolan 3 – 2
90′ Radja Nainggolan 4 – 2

Atletico Madrid 1 – 0 Arsenal
Atletico Madrid and Arsenal played out a 1-1 draw at Emirates Stadium in the Europa League semis, first leg, and, as a result, los Rojiblancos were considered hot favourites to make it to the title game. Diego Simeone’s men failed to impress in the first half of the return leg, but thanks to Diego Costa’s beautiful goal in the stoppage time they managed to take the lead. As expected, the La Liga side relied on their rock-solid defence in the second half, but the Gunners could have scored the equalizer. Aaron Ramsey wasted a big opportunity to score eight minutes into the second half, with fellow midfielder Granit Xhaka taking a long-range shot in the 63th minute which was saved by Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak. Los Rojiblancos then slowed the tempo of the match and eventually managed to defend their slim lead without any difficulties. Taking everything into account, the goal from Diego Costa proved to be enough for Atletico Madrid to book their place in the Europa League final.

 

45′ Diego Costa 1 – 0


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ANOTHER ACCUMULATOR LANDS!

ANOTHER ACCUMULATOR LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 28th of February in the La Liga, Coppa Italia and Coupe de France!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Juventus to Win✓ 
Juventus – Atalanta Bergamo

Paris SG to Win
Paris SG – Olympique Marseille

Valencia or Draw
Athletic Bilbao – Valencia

 


The games end in the following results:

Juventus 1 – 0 Atalanta Bergamo
Juventus and Atalanta were not into action in Serie A at the weekend as their clash was postponed due to bad weather, but the two teams faced each other in the Coppa Italia semis, return leg on Wednesday evening. The Bianconeri were determined to defend their slim lead in the Allianz Stadium clash and no goals were scored in the first half of the match. The Orobici had nothing to lose in the second half, with the team adopting an attack-minded approach, but Juve defenders managed to prevent Atalanta attackers from scoring. To make things even better for the hosts, Miralem Pjanic broke the deadlock from the penalty spot in the 75th minute of the match, which helped the title holders set up a meeting with Milan in the Italian Cup final. It has to be noted that the Orobici had no more than one shot on target in the 1-0 loss to Juventus.

75′ Miralem Pjanic

Paris SG 3 – 0 Olympique Marseille
Paris Saint-Germain and Olympique Marseille faced each other at Parc des Princes for the second time in four days. Les Parisiens crushed OM 3-0 in the Ligue 1 derby at the weekend, but many people that injured superstar Neymar is going to be sorely missed in Wednesday’s Coupe de France clash. However, Unai Emery’s men recorded yet another routine win over Marseille, with Angel Di Maria breaking the deadlock on the stroke of half-time. The Argentine winger doubled PSG’s lead three minutes into the second half, with Edinson Cavani putting the game to bed ten minutes before the final whistle (3-0). OM could have suffered even bigger loss to PSG, but Adrien Rabiot’s shot in the dying minutes of the game flew just wide of the left post. Taking everything into account, Paris Saint-Germain proved their worth in yet another derby match, with the team booking their place in the Coupe de France semis without any difficulties.

45′ Angel di Maria
48′ Angel di Maria
81′ Edison Cavani

Athletic Bilbao 1 – 1 Valencia
Athletic Club and Valencia faced each other at Estadio San Mames in what was expected to be one of the most entertaining games of Wednesday’s program. The hosts created a couple of clear-cut opportunities to score at the start of the match, but los Che were the ones who broke the deadlock, with Geoffrey Kondogbia bending a shot straight into the left side of the goal. The Basques were then desperate to level the score before the half-time break, but experienced attacker Aritz Aduriz failed to convert a penalty in the 36th minute of the match. Nonetheless, four minutes into the second half, the hosts finally found the net, with Oscar De Marcos scoring from just outside the box. The Lions decided to stick to their attacking style of play, but they failed to score the winner and, as a result, the two teams shared the spoils in the Basque Country.

23′ Geoffrey Kondogbia
49′ Oscar de Marcos


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SECOND ACCA IN A ROW LANDS!

SECOND ACCA IN A ROW LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 18th of February in the La Liga and Ligue 1!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Olympique Marseille to Win✓ 
Olympique Marseille – Bordeaux

Real Madrid to Win
Real Betis – Real Madrid

Atletico Madrid to Win
Atletico Madrid – Athletic Bilbao

 


The games end in the following results:

Atletico Madrid 2 – 0 Athletic Bilbao
Atletico Madrid do not want to give up on their title dream. Los Rojiblancos were considered hot favourites to win Saturday’s match against Athletic Club and they did well to prove their worth on the field. Diego Simeone’s men, though, failed to impress in the first half of the match, but Kevin Gameiro opened the scoring for the hosts after 67 minutes. The former Sevilla attacker fired a close-range shot into the bottom left corner to help the hosts break the deadlock. 13 minutes later Diego Costa set up the final score of the match, with the Brazilian-born attacker doubling Atletico Madrid’s lead with a clinical finish. Taking everything into account, the capital club totally deserved to beat the Lions, who failed to create a descent goal-scoring opportunity during the match. It has to be noted that Atletico Madrid had 14 goal attempts, whereas Athletic Club failed to take a shot on target.

67′ Kevin Gameiro 1 – 0
80′ Diego Costa 2 – 0

Olympique Marseille 1 – 0 Bordeaux
Thanks to a hard-fought 1-0 win over Bordeaux Olympique Marseille moved one step closer to booking their place in the Champions League. Rudi Garcia’s men dominated the game from the first whistle, but they were struggling to break the deadlock in the first half. However, in the 35th minute of the game OM scored the opener, with Florian Thauvin firing a lovely header into the back of the net. The hosts then decided to rely on counter-attacks, with the team creating a number of clear-cut chances to score on the break. However, Bordeaux goalkeeper Benoit Costil made several fantastic saves to prevent Marseille footballers from doubling their lead. You should bear in mind that Rudi Garcia’s team had eight shots on target in the 1-0 win over les Girondins. OM’s victory is well deserved, but they will have to be at their sharpest in the remainder of the season if they are to secure a top-four finish.

35′  Florian Thauvin 1 – 0

Real Betis 3 – 5 Real Madrid
As expected, La Liga lovers enjoyed watching Sunday’s clash between Real Betis and Real Madrid. Los Blancos broke the deadlock after 11 minutes, with Marco Asensio producing a long-range header that went inside the left post. However, 12 minutes before the half-time break Aissa Mandi scored the equalizer for the hosts and, to make things even worse for the capital club, los Beticos took the lead four minutes later (’37), with Nacho scoring an own goal. Real Madrid leveled the score five minutes into the second half, with Sergio Ramos powering an unstoppable header into the back of the net. Two quick goals from Marco Asensio and Cristiano Ronaldo (’59, ’65) helped los Blancos move closer to picking up all three points from the match, but Real Betis never gave up. Sergio Leon scored the third goal for the hosts in the 85th minute, but Karim Benzema eventually put the game to bed in the stoppage time (5-3).

11′ Marco Asensio 0 – 1
33′ Aissa Mandi 1 – 1
37′ Nacho Fernandez 2 – 1
50′ Sergio Ramos 2 – 2
59′ Marco Asensio 2 – 3
65′ Cristiano Ronaldo 2 – 4
85′ Sergio Leon 3 – 4
90′ Karim Benzema 3 – 5


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EUROPA LEAGUE 3FOLD LANDS!

EUROPA LEAGUE 3FOLD LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 15th of February in the Europa League

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Olympique Marseille to Win✓ 
Olympique Marseille – Sporting Braga

Arsenal to Win
Ostersunds – Arsenal

Atletico Madrid to Win
FC Copenhagen vs Atletico Madrid

 


The games end in the following results:

Olympique Marseille 3 – 0 Sporting Braga
Thanks to a 3-0 win over Braga Olympique Marseille moved one step closer to booking their place in the Europa League last 16. The Ligue 1 side opened the scoring after only four minutes, with Valere Germain finding the net from a close range following Dimitri Payet’s assist. OM continued to dominate the game, but they failed to double their lead before the half-time break. 25 minutes into the second half, Rudi Garcia’s men scored the second, with Valere Germain getting a show away from inside the box to beat the goalkeeper. Florian Thauvin put the game to bet five minutes later, with left-footed winger slotting the ball into the middle of the goal from the edge of the box. Rolando could have scored the fourth for Olympique Marseille in the 82nd minute of the game, but the ball went just wide of the right post.

4′ Valere Germain 1 – 0
69′ Valere Germain 2 – 0
74′ Florain Thauvin 3 – 0

Ostersunds 0 – 3 Arsenal
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger decided not to rest too many first-team regulars in Thursday’s Europa League clash against Ostersunds and, as a result, the Gunners outclassed the Swedish side at Jamkraft Arena. The Premier League side took the lead after 13 minutes, with Nacho Monreal scoring from a close range after Ostersunds goalkeeper softly punched the ball away. 11 minutes later Arsenal doubled their lead, with Ostersunds centre-back Sotiris Papagiannopoulos scoring an own goal. The Gunners continued to create goal-scoring opportunities and 13 minutes into the second half Mesut Ozil scored the third for Arsene Wenger’s troops. The Germany international put the game to bed and, taking everything into account, Arsenal’s victory is well deserved as they had 17 goal attempts in the 3-0 win over Ostersunds. Nonetheless, it has to be noted that the Swedes had a penalty saved in the dying minutes of the match, with David Ospina pulling off a terrific save to deny Tom Pettersson.

13′ Nacho Monreal 0 – 1
24′ Papagiannopoulos 0 – 2
58′ Mesut Ozil 0 – 3

FC Copenhagen 1 – 4 Atletico Madrid
After failing to book their place in the Champions League knockout stages, Atletico Madrid are now on a quest to win the Europa League. However, los Rojiblancos did not make a flying start to their opener against FC Copenhagen, with the Danish outfit breaking the deadlock after 15 minutes. Viktor Fisher scored a stunning back-heel goal for the hosts, but their celebration did not last long. Six minutes later Spanish midfielder Saul Niguez did well to strike a perfect header into the roof of the net to make it 1-1. Eight minutes before the half-time break Atletico Madrid took the lead, with Kevin Gameiro scoring from a close range for the visitors. Diego Simeone’s men continued to dominate the game and after 71 minutes they sealed the victory, with Antoine Griezmann burring the ball into the bottom left corner inside the box. January signing Victor Vitolo set up the final score of the match (1-4), with the pacey winger rifling the ball low inside the left post from a close range.

15′ Viktor Fischer 1 – 0
21′ Saul Niguez 1 – 1
37′ Kevin Gameiro 1 – 2
71′ Antoine Griezmann 1 – 3
77′ Vitolo 1 – 4


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