Tottenham eased for Champions League glory
Tottenham are out to 50-1 from 28-1 with Betfred to win the Champions League after being hammered 7-2 at home by a Serge Gnabry-inspired Bayern Munich on Tuesday.
Spurs remain 1-4 shots to qualify for the last 16 despite taking only one point from their first two matches but they are 10-1 to win Group B with the Germans now 1-33 favourites.
Mauricio Pochettino's men had taken the lead courtesy of Heung-Min Son's goal after 12 minutes but four goals from former Arsenal forward Gnabry and a Robert Lewandowski brace completed the demolition.
The defeat saw Pochettino become the new favourite in the Premier League's next manager to leave market. He is a best-priced 5-2 and as short as 6-4, with former favourite Marco Silva out to 4-1.
Manchester City made it successive wins to nil in the competition by beating Dinamo Zagreb 2-0 at home and they remain 10-3 favourites to lift the trophy.
There were also victories for Juventus and Atletico Madrid, who are 10-1 and 20-1 respectively to win the competition after beating Bayer Leverkusen and Lokomotiv Moscow.
Pochettino and Jose Mourinho have both been cut to 7-4 in the next Real Madrid manager market after pressure intensified on Zinedine Zidane following a 2-2 draw at home to Club Brugge.
The Belgians were 2-0 up at the break and could be backed at 1-2 for victory after Ruud Vormer was sent off in the 84th minute moments before the Madrid equaliser.