Legendary Lands – $200 Into $13,814.18

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There were biggers multi wins over the weekend, but none were more dramatic than this football multi placed by a very savvy punter.

Our punter clearly knows his football and went right around Europe for his weekend multi – selecting games in the English Premier League, Lique 1 in France, Serie A in Italy and the Bundesliga in Germany.

It was fairly smooth sailing for our punter early.

Marseille flogged Caen 5-0 and a Mario Balotelli goal was enough to see Nice get the job done against Dijon in Lique 1.

Hoffenheim scored early and never gave up the advantage against FC Koln in the Bundesliga, while Roma claimed a 4-2 victory over Fiorentina in an interesting game in the Serie A.

When Manchester City recorded a comfortable victory over Arsenal our punter was only one win away from turning $200 Into $13,814.18, but that was when all the drama started.

It had been a tough start to the season for Everton, but our punter still put his faith in the Toffees to beat Watford at Goodison Park and claim a winning multi.

He would have been regretting that decision in the early stages of the first half.

Richarlison de Andrade scored for Watford in the first minute of the second half and Watford extended their lead when Christian Kabasele scored from a corner.

Oumar Niasse got Everton back into the game with a goal in the 67th minute and they equalised with a lovely header from Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

The game looked as though it would end in a 2-2 draw, but this is when the drama really ramped up.

Everton were awarded a penalty in injury time and Leighton Baines converted to give Everton the lead and our punter was sure to have breathed a sigh of relief.

The drama wasn’t finished yet.

A number of delays in the second half meant that there was plenty of injury-time to be played and in the 11th minute of injury-time Watford were awarded a penalty.

Tom Cleverley stepped up to the plate for Watford and proceeded to produce one of the worst penalties that you will ever see!

Everton claimed the three points and our punter was able to turn $200 into $13,814.18!