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Tottenham’s Champions League comeback bigger than Liverpool’s

| 09.05.2019

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After two of the greatest comebacks in the history of the Champions League, our traders have revealed that Tottenham’s achievement was less likely than Liverpool’s.

With Spurs 2-0 down during their semi-final second leg with Ajax, they were as big as 20/1 to turn the tie around and make it to the Champions League final in Madrid.

In contrast, the biggest price for Liverpool to reach the final was 14/1, after the game had kicked-off and was still goalless.

“Although both comebacks were extraordinary in their own way, our odds suggest Tottenham’s was the biggest given their in-running odds to make it through to the final,” said Coral’s John Hill.

On top of this, our traders have revealed that a Lucas Moura hat-trick had been backed by seven Coral customers. With the Brazilian at 100/1 to score three goals, the largest stake was £10 which resulted in a £1010 payout.

“Tottenham needed something special in Amsterdam and they got that from Lucas Moura, which was predicted by seven Coral customers who backed the Brazilian to score a hat-trick on the night,” added Hill.

Liverpool are odds-on favourites to lift the trophy at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid on 1st June at 8/15, with the Reds at 9/1 to complete a Premier League and Champions League double.

Tottenham are 6/4 to claim their first Champions League trophy.

Champions League winner
Liverpool – 8/15
Tottenham – 6/4

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Drew Goodsell

Drew is a journalism graduate who closely follows American sports, focussing on the NBA and NFL. He also has a keen interest in all things football, paying regular attention to the Premier League, Bundesliga and Ligue 1.