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Paddy Power to plant 6,000 trees every time Arsenal fail to win a match

Geodan001 06/25/2020

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. PADDY POWER have vowed to plant 6,000 trees every time Arsenal fail to win after Hector Bellerin's idea falls flat.

The Spanish defender, said before the Premier League restart that he would plant 3,000 trees for every game Arsenal victory from now until the end of the season.

The 25-year-old who partnered up with a global charity "One Tree Planted " during the lock down as he stated he wants to "look after our world".

But, the gunners have not picked a single point in the two games they have played since the premier League restarted, losing 3-0 to Manchester City and then 2-1 against Brighton.

Paddy Power is an Irish bookmaker founded in 1988 in Dublin, Ireland. The company conducts business through a chain of licensed betting shops in Ireland and the United Kingdom, and by operating Ireland's largest telephone betting service. On the internet, it offers sports betting , online poker , online bingo , online casino and online games. It merged with Betfair to create Paddy Power Betfair now Flutter Entertainment on 2 February 2016.

A Paddy Power spokesman said: “Since the Premier League has returned, an area the size of a football pitch is destroyed twice a week by Arsenal’s defence.

“We decided to step in and help hectare Bellerin out – after all, his team can’t defend their goal, let alone planet.”

Arsenal, travel to Southampton tonight for their third consecutive away game.

Will it be Bellerin planting 3, 000 trees or Paddy Power 6,000, 90 minutes will decide.

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DailyClock · 06/26/2020
I guess Hector will be planting 3000 tree because arsenal won Southampton yesterday
DailyClock · 06/26/2020

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