An unknown when he arrived at Arsenal in 2004, Robin Van Persie has since emerged as one of the world’s deadliest strikers. Holland’s all-time top scorer began his career as a left winger before the eagle-eyed Arsene Wenger spotted something the rest of the world missed and transformed him into a striker.
When it comes to the goal scorer betting market, the first name on everyone’s lips is Diego Costa. The Spanish International signed by Chelsea from Atletico Madrid during the summer has taken the Premier League by storm with 9 goals in his opening 7 games.
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An exciting market for sportsbook players is the over/under market. This is one of the most popular markets for gamblers. This essentially is about betting on the total number of goals in a game over the course of 90 minutes. All you have to do is determine whether a game will have three goals or more, or two goals or less.
A true superstar of Sport, not just football, the Portuguese forward has emerged as one of the best players ever to grace the game and is the current holder of the Ballon D’or, an award given annually to the player considered to have performed the best in the previous year.
Just like a fine wine, Zlatan Ibrahimovic appears to be getting better with age. The 32 year old, now plying his trade in France with PSG has emerged as one of the game’s finest strikers in recent years and with an arrogance to match his talent can often divide the footballing world.
From the sublime to the absolute ridiculous, there is currently no footballer on the planet that divides opinion the way Luis Suarez does. Love him or loath him however the mercurial forward is one of the games deadliest finishers and after goal scoring stints in Holland and England, La Liga is about to get its first taste of Suarez-mania.
Lionel Messi is one the deadliest strikers in world football. Barcelona’s all-time top scorer is second in the all-time La Liga goal scoring charts on 245 goals (up to 2/9/2014) just six goals behind the current record holder Telmo Zarra from Atletico Bilbao.
Following Seville’s win in the 2014 Europa League final, the competition will again be tightly contested this season, as the teams bid to reach the final at the Stadion Narodowy in Warsaw, Poland.
Following Real Madrid’s win in the 2014 Champions League final, the competition will again be hotly contested this season, as the teams bid to reach the final at the Olympiastadion in Berlin, Germany on 6 June 2015.