RB Leipzig cruised past Atlético Madrid to qualify for the UEFA Champions League semifinals. The first half of the game had less action as Leipzig had only 1 shot on target while Atlético had 2. The second half was lively and Leipzig managed to score through Dani Olmo in the 50th minute.
Atlético made a crucial substitution and brought on its youngster João Felix who in turn managed to get a penalty and went on to score spectacularly in the 71st minute.
In the dying minutes of the second half Angelino provided an assist for Tyler Adams to seal the victory in the 88th minute.
This was however bad news for a Kenyan man who had anxiously waited for the Atlético game in order to pocket a cool 2.2 million Kenya shillings. The man whose identity has been concealed and number hidden had placed a multi bet of 14 games.
He placed the 8,466 odds with 250 Kenya shillings and the amount he was to win was 2.8 m before tax. A withholding tax of 20%, 571,395 would be applied leaving him with 2,285,882 Kenya Shillings if he won the bet.
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