With bwin going money back on correct score, first scorer, to score two or more and to score three or more bets if Bayer Leverkusen’s Stefan Kiessling bags the opener when his side take on Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League, the 5/2 about Zlatan Ibrahimovic notching at least a brace at the Parc des Princes practically begs to be backed.
Ibrahimovic has scored at least twice on ten occasions for club and country this term.
Among the 33 goals Zlatan has struck in 33 appearances for Les Parisiens in 2013/14 are six braces, two hat-tricks and a memorable four-goal haul in this competition against Anderlecht.
A pair of strikes in the second-half of Sweden’s World Cup play-off second leg against Portugal weren’t enough to drag his country back into the tie, but as the man himself alluded to, this summer won’t be the same without him.
The 97-cap Sweden star has struck ten times in his last five Champions League outings.
PSG’s main man will be raring to go against Leverkusen, as Zlatan’s currently losing his Champions League goal-scoring duel with Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo by 11 strikes to ten.
After failing to notch in their first game of this year’s continental campaign, the 32-year-old has bagged two per game on average since, which makes the 5/2 odds on him grabbing a double here look particularly tasty.
There’s every chance you’ll get your stake back if Zlatan fails to fire, as Kiessling is the visitors’ top scorer this season with 12 goals, which includes four openers.
The bwin moneyback boys have cooked up a nice concession for this match, as Die Mannschaft rebel Kiessling’s been a reliable source of important goals for the Bundesliga side this season.
Bayer have won all ten of the games he’s scored in this term and the 30-year-old broke the deadlock on his way to a brace in his side’s best result of the season so far – the 4-0 win at home to Shakhtar Donetsk in the group stage of this competition.