ARSENAL fan and YouTuber Callux won a HUGE bet on the win over Nottingham Forest, predicting the first goalscorer and the exact score.
The Gunners ascended back to the top of the Premier League on Sunday.
They put five past Nottingham Forest, with Gabriel Martinelli being the man to set the ball rolling.
Arsenal fan, YouTuber and friend of megastar KSI, Callux, predicted both the first goalscorer and the exact final score correctly.
Callux placed a £125 stake with odds at 33/1, and tweeted: "PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD ARSENAL.”
He got a return of £4250, which he says is close to the max payout that would've been available to him at the Emirates.
READ MORE ON ARSENAL
Gunners ‘eye’ £52.5m Milinkovic-Savic deal, Asensio BLOW, Ndicka linked
Horse racing – Ladbrokes FREE BETS: Get £20 bonus when you stake £5 today!
Replying to a fan who questioned the "shocking" odds, Callux said: "They scam you a bit at the stadium on odds (max is £5k payout too)."
In plush seats at the North London club, Callux, KSI and Co celebrated at full-time.
To add to Martinelli's opener, Reiss Nelson scored two, Thomas Partey bagged a pearler and captain Martin Odegaard finished the game off.
However, there was ONE big negative to Sunday's demolition of Nottingham Forest… Bukayo Saka's injury.
Most read in Football
Reece James racist troll tracked down in Middle East before World Cup
Ten Hag calls Maguire ‘magnificent’ in Man Utd exile's first start since August
Loudest stadiums in Europe revealed with Leeds & Newcastle only Prem clubs
Real Madrid 'to launch fresh transfer bid for Arsenal star Gabriel Jesus'
FREE BETS AND SIGN UP DEALS – BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERS
Both Arsenal and England fans, as well as Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate, have been left sweating over Saka's fitness with the World Cup just around the corner.
The winger limped off with an injury in the first half.
After the game, Gunners boss Mikel Arteta moved to play down the injury – but admitted only time will tell if the injury is serious.
Arteta said: “Bukayo had a really bad kick and he tried but could not carry on… he got kicked a few times on both the foot and the ankle and he wasn’t comfortable.
“He was limping right from the beginning and hopefully it’s not a bad injury. Let’s see how he is in the next couple of days.”
Source: Read Full Article