Bag a free bet every time your Golden Boot selection hits the target at Euro 2020

Fancy some free bets? Of course you do.

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Roll up, roll up. Paddy’s got Euro fever and he’s dishing out free bets left, right and centre – providing you pick a player to hit the target with regularity.

Back any player to win the Euro 2020 Top Goalscorer award in the outright markets before the Turkey v Italy game kicks off the tournament on Friday night and you’ll get £/€1 to spend as a free bet on football every time your man has a shot on target.

It doesn’t even have to go in.

So, if you think Harry Kane’s going to rack them up or if Belgium’s soft-looking group means Romelu Lukaku’s getting off to a flyer, back them to the tune of a £/€10 stake or more antepost before 7.59pm on Friday (that can be £/€5 each way as well) to qualify for Paddy’s Euro 2020 Top Goalscorer free bet offer.

45/1
Harry Kane Top Goalscorer

5/1
Romelu Lukaku Top Goalscorer

Just so you can revel in the glory or wonder why you didn’t go for Elif Elmas after all, we’ll be keeping a rolling daily tally of who’s been troubling the keeper most this Euros. We’ll be getting the calculator out the morning after the night before with a full list of the players with the most on-target attempts right here.

So good luck and get your shooting boots on.

Euro 2020 shots on target table

Patrik Schick (CZE) – 6
Cristiano Ronaldo (POR) – 6
Alvaro Morata (SPA) – 5
Roman Yaremchuk (UKR) – 4
Andriy Yarmolenko (UKR) – 4
Ruslan Malinovskiy (UKR) – 4
Xherdan Shaqiri (SWI) – 4
Breel Embolo (SWI) – 4
Mert Muldur (TUR) – 4
Gini Wijnaldum (NED) – 4
Romelu Lukaku (BEL) – 4
Joakim Mæhle (DEN) – 4
Robert Lewandowski (POL) – 4
Kai Havertz (GER) – 4
Robin Gosens (GER) – 4
Adam Szalai (HUN) – 4

Aaron Ramsey (WAL) – 3
Ciro Immobile (ITA) – 3
Manuel Locatelli (ITA) – 3
Lyndon Dykes (SCO) – 3
Diogo Jota (POR) – 3
Dani Olmo (SPA) – 3
Steven Zuber (SWI) – 3
Haris Seferovic (SWI) – 3
Memphis Depay (NED) – 3
Denzel Dumfries (NED) – 3
Raheem Sterling (ENG) – 3
Pablo Sarabia (SPA) – 3
Emil Forsberg (SWE) – 3
Roland Sallai (HUN) – 3
Karim Benzema (FRA) – 3
Kylian Mbappe (FRA) – 3
Kieffer Moore (WAL) – 2
Lorenzo Insigne (ITA) – 2
Leonardo Spinazzola (ITA) – 2
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (DEN) – 2
Michael Gregoritsch (AUT) – 2
Wout Weghorst (NED) – 2
Karol Linetty (POL) – 2
Gareth Bale (WAL) – 2
Ezgjan Alioski (NMD) – 2
Aleksandar Trajkovski (NMD) – 2
Kevin de Bruyne (BEL) – 2
Daniel Wass (DEN) – 2
Thorgan Hazard (BEL) – 2
Thomas Meunier (BEL) – 2
Alexander Isak (SWE) – 2
Matteo Pessina (ITA) – 2
Andrea Belotti (ITA) – 2
Kaan Ayan (TUR) – 2
Christoph Baumgartner (AUT) – 2
Marko Arnautovic (AUT) – 2
Eden Hazard (BEL) – 2
Artem Dzyuba (RUS) – 2
Andreas Christensen (DEN) – 2
Yussuf Poulsen (DEN) – 2
Martin Braithwaite (DEN) – 2
Joško Gvardiol (CRO) – 2
Ivan Perisic (CRO) – 2
Luka Modric (CRO) – 2
Gerard Moreno (SPA) – 2
Ferran Torres (SPA) – 2
Piotr Zielinski (POL) – 2
Antoine Griezmann (FRA) – 2
Fabian Schar (SWI) – 1
Giorgio Chiellini (ITA) – 1
Joel Pohjanpalo (FIN) – 1
Christian Eriksen (DEN) – 1
Jonas Wind (DEN) – 1
Jannik Vestergaard (DEN) – 1

Mario Fernandes (RUS) – 1
Kalvin Phillips (ENG) – 1
Ante Rebic (CRO) -1
Stefan Lainer (AUT) – 1
Sasa Kalajdzic (AUT) – 1
Gordan Pandev (NMD) – 1
Boban Nikolov (NMD) -1
Andrew Robertson (SCO) – 1
Kevin Nisbet (SCO) – 1
Vladimir Darida (CZE) – 1
Michael Krmencik (CZE) – 1
Karol Swiderski (POL) – 1
Juraj Kucka (SLO) – 1
Milan Skriniar (SLO) – 1
Pepe (POR) – 1
Bruno Fernandes (POR) – 1
Raphael Guerreiro (POR) – 1
Antonio Rudiger (GER) – 1
Aleksei Miranchuk (RUS) – 1
Daler Kuzyaev (RUS) – 1
Teemu Pukki (FIN) -1
Cengiz Under (TUR) – 1
Caglar Soyuncu (TUR) – 1
Hakan Calhanoglu (TUR) – 1
Burak Yilmaz (TUR) – 1
Merih Demiral (TUR) – 1
Dan James (WAL) – 1
Connor Roberts (WAL) – 1
Illia Zabarnyi (UKR) – 1
Arijan Ademi (NMD) – 1
Dries Mertens (BEL) -1
Seb Larsson (SWE) – 1
Ludwig Augustinsson (SWE) – 1
Mason Mount (ENG) – 1
Stephen O’Donnell (SCO) – 1
László Kleinheisler (HUN) – 1
Attila Fiola (HUN) – 1
Corentin Tolisso (FRA) – 1
Thomas Muller (GER) – 1
Serge Gnabry (GER) – 1
Rodri (SPA) – 1
Joe Rodon (WAL) – 1
Emerson Palmeri (ITA) – 1
Federico Chiesa (ITA) – 1
Irfan Kahveci (TUR) – 1
Enis Bardhi (NMD) – 1
Jurrien Timber (NED) – 1
Matthijs de Ligt (NED) – 1
Mykola Shaparenko (UKR) – 1
Konrad Laimer (AUT) – 1
Xaver Schlager (AUT) – 1
Glen Kamara (FIN) – 1
Nacer Chadli (BEL) – 1
Jeremy Doku (BEL) – 1
Axel Witsel (BEL) – 1
Aleksandr Golovin (RUS) – 1
Mikkel Damsgaard (DEN) – 1
Simon Kjaer (DEN) – 1
Jannik Vestergaard (DEN) – 1
Pierre-Emile Hojberg (DEN) – 1
John McGinn (SCO) – 1
Che Adams (SCO) -1
Callum McGregor (SCO) – 1
Nikola Vlasic (CRO) – 1
Mateo Kovacic (CRO) – 1
Tomas Holes (CZE) – 1
Harry Kane (ENG) – 1
Aymeric Laporte (SPA) – 1
Pau Torres (SPA) – 1
Robin Quaison (SWE) – 1
Viktor Claesson (SWE) – 1
Grzegorz Krychowiak (POL) – 1
Bartosz Bereszynski (POL) – 1
Leon Goretzka (GER) – 1
Matthias Ginter (GER) – 1
Mats Hummels (GER) – 1
Joshua Kimmich (GER) – 1
Andras Schafer (HUN) – 1
Danilo Pereira (POR) – 1
Renato Sanches (POR) – 1
Paul Pogba (FRA) – 1

Just so you know, this offer only applies to the first valid Top Goalscorer outright bet you make. So if you back Kane and then Lukaku, only the Kane bet will qualify for the free bets – so choose wisely.
Now for the boring Ts and Cs…

If you’ve already had a punt on a player after May 29th 2021, that player has automatically become your free bet backer. For full Ts & Cs cast your eye over this.

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