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One Lucky Person has won £325,000 this season to win Betway’s 4ToScore TWICE!!!

One Lucky Person has won £325,000 this season to win Betway’s 4ToScore TWICE!!!

It could sound virtually impossible to predict the first goalscorer in four Premier League games. Betway’s 4ToScore gives you the chance to win big cash prizes if you can do the unthinkable and guess the first scorers in four selected games correctly. One person made the free game light work and claimed the jackpot; not once this season but twice.

Back in August the Betway customer divided the £250,000 jackpot, winning £125k. Sebastien Haller had the ball rolling in the 24th minute with a tap-in on Norwich. Sadio Mane ‘s goal against Burnley held the dream alive in the bottom corner, with a brilliant finish.

One certainly sleepless night later and the dream was still alive, as Richarlison of Everton made the unfathomable a real possibility after scoring five minutes into the game against Wolves of the Toffees.

There were three out of the four in the bag, and it all came down to the North London Derby. Just ten minutes into the Emirates game, the shot of Erik Lamela was parried out onto the path of Christian Eriksen who shot in from five yards. Only on the fourth game week of the season, £125k was secure at the bank.

Is that enough of the new legend?

No, because the same individual just went away and claimed the jackpot again; except this time there was no spoil sharing, as the winner pocketed a massive £ 200k in the process. And the second series of picks have been much more punchy than the ones that won the money back in September.

Before his opener against Wolves last weekend, Miguel Almiron had only scored one goal in the Premier League, but that was enough for the punter to back him. At Molineux, the Paraguayan opened the scoring for just seven minutes to get the miracle worker to dream again. The next game to tick the list was the Saturday evening game between Spurs and Liverpool.

Anybody would go for Mo Salah or Mane, would they? Talk it over again.

Roberto Firmino was the principal weapon, and after 37 minutes, the bold pick paid off.

Another stressful night lay ahead with the ride to Aston Villa by Watford v Bournemouth and Man City being the only stumbling blocks in the way.

Abdoulaye Doucoure is not known for his scoring knack, but for whatever reason, his one goal in the previous 19 Premier League games was enough to secure a spot in the new 4ToScore winning attempt.

As the Frenchman poked home just before half-time that lightning will strike twice must have seemed like destiny. Riyad Mahrez put the cherry on the cake icing as he opened the scoring against Aston Villa in the 6-1 drubbing.

We doubt the punter watched the rest of the Man City game, he probably booked Caribbean flights, ordered his Ferrari or picked up his EuroMillions numbers.