A 41-year-old man identified as Paul Adlam has won £1,500 for predicting the successful outcome of the Southampton vs
Leicester city game.
According to Reports, Paul staked a bet in favour of the Foxes when the scores was still at 3-0 at St. Marys.
Leicester won the match by 9-0, a record breaking away win.
The 41-year-old man from England is understood to have taken the risk after Ryan Bertrand was given a red card.
A Betfred spokesperson told reporters
“He said he likes outrageous bets and had one on France beating Argentina in the last World, Cup and won £1,600.
“As Leicester got close to his predicted score he left the lounge to go and watch TV upstairs and his wife wondered what was going on with all the jumping about.
“Leicester have always been a team that bookies are wary of
after their 5,000-1 Premier League winning season.
“There’s a lot of confidence around Leicester
“We believe no one else in the country had Leicester to win 9-0
and he’s told us he’s going to have the best ever Christmas for
him and his family.”