Back prolific pair Ronaldo and Lewandowski in 5/1 scorer special
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A sensational scorer double is available for Coral customers, as formidable forwards Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski take to the Euro 2016 qualifying stage.
Rampant Real Madrid superstar Ronaldo will captain country Portugal against Pool I strugglers Serbia, while lethal Lewandowski takes a break from Bayern Munich to torment Group D also-rans the Republic of Ireland.
With this excellent enhanced offer, you can back the dangerous duo at a fantastic 5/1 both to be on target anytime.
The potent predators should need little introduction, but this is why they combine to make such a brilliant bet.
Ballon d’Or winner Ronaldo remains one of the world’s most explosive and effective players, and has contributed 42 goals and 21 assists in 40 appearances for Los Blancos this season.
In his country’s colours, Navigators skipper Ronaldo has an impressive 52 strikes in 122 outings, including a fearsome five in his last nine.
Determined Ronaldo appears to be on a mission to taste trophy triumph with Portugal, after coming so tantalisingly close in the Euros before, and his pace and power should cause Serbia endless issues.
Having already made the difference against group rivals Denmark and Armenia, the former Manchester United marksman is 3/1 to net first, or the same price to bag a brace or better.
Poland captain Lewandowski, meanwhile, will be expected to lead the line against Ireland with aplomb, as the White Eagles continue to take Pool D by storm.
With four goals in qualifying so far, the complete forward is a crucial cog in Poland’s play, which makes the Bayern hitman 5/4 in the anytime market.
Imposing frontman Lewandowski’s beguiling mix of strength, height, grace and technique makes him somewhat of a rarity in football, and easily Poland’s most gifted.
The 26-year-old goal machine is enjoying an impressive debut season for Munich, after hitting 17 strikes and 11 assists. So, back the in-form forward at 5/1 to strike the final blow and sink Ireland’s qualifying ambitions.