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Breaking bets! Man City’s Argentine among 4 priced up to score

| 04.09.2014

Next in Ladbrokes’ burgeoning catalogue of breaking bets comes an absolute belter at gigantic odds of 300/1.

Four Argentina players plying their trades in the Premier League all got on the scoresheet in Argentina’s 4-2 friendly win over world champions Germany on their own patch.

Clearly still smarting from their galling World Cup final defeat, visiting Argentina made sure they exacted some revenge with a highly impressive spanking of Joachim Low’s side in Dusseldorf.

Now Angel Di Maria, Sergio Aguero, Tottenham winger Erik Lamela and Swansea new boy Federico Fernandez – who helped Albiceleste to an emphatic win – are priced up at 300/1 to all find the net again in their respective side’s next league fixtures.

Manchester United’s record signing orchestrated the whole affair with three assists and a deft finish of his own and you’d fancy his chances of finding the net on his Old Trafford bow with newly promoted QPR in town.

Meanwhile, Manchester City will be baying for blood after their shock home defeat to Stoke and seeing as Aguero has started the season scoring in two of his first three games, a goal at Arsenal will be well-backed.

Admittedly, the next two picks are a little more unreliable though all the signs are there that Spurs’ record buy, Lamela, means serious business this season.

He’s started all three top-flight games and set up two of Tottenham’s four goals in their 4-0 blitz of QPR, before expertly converting his side-foot volley against Germany.

Swans have made the perfect start in the league and freshly arrived centre-back Fernandez looks a shoo-in to be involved against Chelsea even if he’s the definite wild card in this particular punt.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Christian Crowther

Give Christian a sport with anything remotely spherical in it and he’ll happily while away the hours watching it on the box. However, he’d much prefer writing about, playing or betting on golf, football, cricket, tennis, snooker.... you get the picture.