Betting: 10/1 Ronaldo to score and Portugal to win

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Paddy Power are offering new customers the chance to take a huge price on the Real Madrid forward helping his country into the semi-finals of Euro 2016 on Thursday

While Ronaldo hasn't been at his sparkling best so far this summer, the fact that Portugal have been able to negotiate their way to a European Championships quarter final without him firing on all cylinders is an ominous sign for the rest of the teams in the competition.

Paddy Power are offering new customers the chance to back 10/1 (11.0) on Ronaldo scoring in a Portugal win, an outcome that is usually just 5/2 (3.50) with the Irish firm.

To take up this enhanced price simply sign up for a new account using the links provided, back Ronaldo to score anytime and Portugal to win in 90 minutes at the usual price and if the bet wins then the returns will be topped up to the value of 10/1 (11.0).

This bet can be found in the "Scorecast & Wincast" section.  Any additional winnings will be credited after the final whistle to all players who are involved in this promotion.

The Real Madrid frontman has netted twice thus far, both against Hungary in Portugal's final group game but he has created plenty of opportunities and while his free-kicks have been wayward, with more clinical finishing the 31-year-old could well be topping the scoring charts.

With plenty of creative players for Fernando Santos to choose from ahead of their meeting with Poland, there should be no shortage of opportunities for the three-time Ballon d’Or winner to extend his tally in Marseille.

Coming into the tournament off the back of yet another season where he scored 50 or more goals for Los Blancos, there are still few, if anyone, writing off Ronaldo's potential to fire Portugal to a European crown and at 10/1 (11.0) the wincast will surely have plenty of backers.

 

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