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Ronaldo and Muller are magnificent 3/1 anytime scorer double

| 14.10.2014

With the Euro 2016 qualifiers in full flow, Coral are back with a sensational scoring double, with paramount protagonists Cristiano Ronaldo and Thomas Muller 3/1 to both find the goal anytime.

Portugal take on Denmark, and the last time they played a Nordic nation, the Navigators beat Sweden over two legs in the World Cup play-off qualifier. Guess who scored a hat-trick to take his team to Brazil almost single-handed? You’ve got it, that man Ronaldo.

To run through his credentials, he has 17 goals domestically in all competitions this season, and a staggering 386 career goals at club level, in as little as 549 appearances, 269 of them coming in a Los Blancos kit. He is also the leading light for his country, with 51 strikes having played 116 times for the Navigators.

Ably assisted by former Mancehster United teammate Nani, who is starting to flourish again back on loan at his boyhood club Sporting Lisbon, as well as Danny and Eder, Ronaldo should have plenty of chances to get on the scoresheet.

Germany’s Muller is almost as effective as Ronaldo for his country, and is more than capable of breaching the Republic of Ireland defence. He has four goals so far this season for Bayern Munich, while he was Die Mannschaft’s top scorer at the World Cup, just missing out on the Golden Boot by one to Colombia’s James Rodriguez.

The 25-year-old has hit 145 goals in 354 appearances at club level, to add to 24 strikes in 59 matches for his country. Muller has spoken about winning the World Cup, and has said he still gets thanked: “There are still people who congratulate you and thank you for making them so happy, and that’s when the memories come flooding back. It was an amazing time and it still feels very recent.”

His priority now though will be helping his nation to a win over the Irish.

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Matt Haynes

A long-suffering Leeds fan, Matt studied Sports Journalism at university, and has a plethora of multi-industry experience. Having worked on behalf of multiple hedge funds and top-tier investment banks in executive search, he has also had a stint with the BBC and the Press Association. Outside of work, he pursues entrepreneurial activities and likes to keep fit.
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