Sublime Sanchez and King Kane superb 7/1 anytime scorers
With the Premier League returning following European action in midweek, Coral have a selection of superb specials, one of the highlights being Alexis Sanchez and Harry Kane both offered at a sensational 7/1 to score anytime.
Sanchez hit a hat-trick last time out the Premier League, as well as dispatching in the Champions League soon after, so is in a hot streak right now.
Teammate Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was talking up the Chilean in the aftermath of the Gunners’ 5-2 win over Leicester City, highlighting the fact that he is world class.
“The one thing I would say about Alexis is that he’s one of the most passionate and hungry individuals I know,” the Englishman said.
“It’s his everyday mannerisms around the training ground, how he trains, his performances, how he scores goals, how he plays and how he defends from up front. These are all things that we can all learn, that everyone who watches football could learn from. I’ve definitely put myself in the bracket of somebody who learns from him every day.
“He’s someone that loves football, just loves playing football, and being involved in and around football. That comes out in training. He’s very passionate, very upbeat and is a massive character in the team. For someone that doesn’t have amazing English, he manages to communicate so well to all of us and keep the dressing room upbeat.”
Kane, meanwhile, also dispatched last time out in the Premier League, as Spurs beat Manchester City 4-1 and as well as this, with Tottenham travelling to Swansea, he will be confident of a repeat success from the same fixture last term, in which he opened the scoring.
After his recent strike, Kane responded to critics, saying: “Maybe I shut up a few people who have been talking over the last few weeks.
“Only seven games and a few people said ‘one-season wonder’. People can judge me at the end of the season and we will go from there. I have to stay focused but it is great to score.
“When you score like last season it becomes a drug, and when someone takes it away from you you want to get it back. You want to score again and it was a good feeling to score again,” he continued.
“It is frustrating [to be criticised]. I kind of use it to get my juices flowing and to prove these people wrong. I have had to prove people wrong throughout my career to get where I am.”