I WASN'T impressed by a best price of 2-1 for Luis Suarez to score first for Liverpool at Cardiff – but ended up taking it.
Let's be honest, 2-1 is a rubbish price for a first score but bookies are running as scared as Roy Hodgson of the hitman who has netted 10 goals in his last four games.
At that rate he'll shatter Alan Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo's all-time Premier League record of 32 goals in a season.
The Uruguayan has netted 19 league goals in 12 outings and is 1-1 with Coral to hit 32 or more. Get on, I say.
Coral spokesman Tim Reynolds said: “Suarez is scoring goals for fun at the minute so with 21 league games of the season still to play he looks set to put his name in the history books and set a new Premier League record.”
Suarez is just 1-6 to top the Premier League scoring chart this season with Sergio Aguero 8-1 and Wayne Rooney 25-1.
And just think this is the guy we were all cursing when he couldn't score against Jordan. That's Jordan the country!