Brilliant Benzema and Rampant Rodriguez in 9/1 scorer double
Coral are offering a fantastic double deal, with fearsome forwards Karim Benzema and James Rodriguez at 9/1 both to score in 90 minutes, as France face Germany and Colombia collide with Brazil in the World Cup quarter-finals.
Benzema has bagged six goals in his last six games for Les Bleus, and having netted three times in four appearances at the finals so far, is 12/1 to be tournament top scorer.
After a successful year with his club, tasting Champions League glory with Real Madrid, Benzema, 9/1 to score two or more against Joachim Low’s lads, will be hungry to fire his nation past Die Mannschaft.
France, 8/1 to lift the World Cup, or 4/1 to reach the final, have won four of their five last games, racking up an impressive 18 goals along the way. They take on a German side that have conceded three times in the tournament already, with Benzema, who opened scoring against Honduras in Les Bleus opening game in Group H, 6/1 to net first again.
The former Lyon sharpshooter is 33/1 to hit a hat-trick and stun France’s European rivals, with his nation at 11/5 to defeat Die Mannschaft in 90 minutes, or 5/4 to qualify for the semi-finals.
Colombia hero Rodriguez has also been running riot, with five goals and two assists in the finals so far. He is 13/2 to open the scoring against Phil Scolari’s Samba Boys, and his nation are 7/2 to beat Brazil in 90 minutes. After inspiring the Coffee Growers past Uruguay by bagging a brace, including a truly sensational volley, the Monaco man is 10/1 to net two or more again.
Reported Real Madrid target Rodriguez, 33/1 to take home the match ball against the Samba Boys, has been in sensational form, delighting fans with dazzling displays in the absence of talisman Radamel Falcao.
After winning three Man of the Match awards in four outings in Brazil, the exciting attacker, who has been on target 10 times in just 26 caps, is 3/1 to eclipse South American rival Neymar and be tournament top scorer.
Rodriguez’s electrifying exploits have fired Colombia to the first World Cup quarter-finals in their history, with the Coffee Growers 12/1 to exceed expectations and lift the trophy, or 15/8 to at least qualify for the semis.