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South Wales Ladbrokes shop customer collects cool £128k payout

| 28.10.2016

A Ladbrokes customer from Swansea was left toasting a monster success after their ambitious seven-fold scooped an incredible £128,384.92 payout.

The exotic acca was placed on one of our BetStation terminals and featured teams from across the continent with Dutch, Swedish and Italian teams all representing.

The Dutch Cup second round clash between PEC Zwolle and VVV Venlo was the first winning leg thanks to the hosts’ 2-1 victory.

Our punting hero had an 83rd minute consolation goal from Joey Sleegers to thank for getting them off the mark.

Positive results for Jonkopings Sodra, Djurgardens, IFK Gothenburg and AIK Solna in Sweden’s Allsvenskan certainly kept the good times going before another dose of Dutch delight.

Heerenveen were the team to get the job done on this occasion with their 2-1 success away at FC Eindhoven setting-up a grandstand finish.

Bet Station - £128k payout

From here on in, all it would take to get over the line and land a huge windfall was an Udinese win against Serie A rivals Palermo.

The match didn’t start well from a punting perspective with the Sicilians taking a 10th-minute lead through Ilija Nestorovski.

A Cyril Thereau equaliser before half-time calmed the nerves but it was French midfielder Seko Fofana who emerged as the real hero of the hour.

His quick-fire brace on 74 and 79 minutes settled the contest in Udinese’s favour to ensure the subject of this story walked away over £128k richer.

Happy days!

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



William Geldart

William contributed to a number of online football blogs before finally finding his pot of gold at the end of the rainbow alongside the rest of the Ladbrokes News team. Now indulging passions for football, horse racing, greyhounds, boxing and political betting. Supports Wycombe Wanderers and can be spotted at various lower league and non-league grounds across the country.