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Soccer Betting: Benzema never lost his faith
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 22 October 2013 12:54
The Real Madrid player was also critisised by sections of his club side’s supporters after he only scored twice in eight La Liga appearances – something that concerned many of the player’s fans, especially those that bet soccer.
But price per head sportsbooks and soccer betting fans saw that the player also went some way to silence the doubters when he scored in the 6-0 friendly win over Australia and followed that up with the third goal in France’s 3-0 FIFA World Cup qualifying victory on Tuesday over Finland.
Benzema and the player’s soccer betting fans never doubted his ability to change his luck.
“I’ve always had confidence in myself,” he said “I had difficult times because I haven’t scored in a while.
“But I don’t leave anything, I have never given up and I will continue to work.”
France’s thin hopes of securing immediate qualification to the World Cup in Brazil came to an end when Spain beat Georgia 2-0.
Pay per head services know that this result means that France have to settle for a spot in the play-offs against Sweden, Portugal, Croatia, or Greece, and soccer betting fans all over the world can’t wait to see what awaits them.
However, Benzema is still confident of progression regardless of who the 1998 World Cup winners will take on next.
“We don’t fear the play-offs. We look forward to being there,” he added.
“We know we have to play two games if we want to qualify for the World Cup in Brazil.
“We know it will be difficult. We will fight. Everyone knows it.
“I don’t want to name a team that we would rather play.
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“If they are here, it’s because they are a team who play well. Still, everyone thinks Portugal is the best team. We will wait for the draw and stay focused.”
France’s fans, especially those that bet soccer, would like to see how they’ll continue to perform, and many are confident that they will make it to Brazil.