When you lose a bet, you must also pay.
here is How it works for most people, but not for the 29-year-old Norwegian-gambian striker Muhamed Keita.
Before the 2017 season would be the former Vålerenga-player wager that the club's strikers would score more goals than rosenborg's frontrunners.
Rosenborg-striker Pål André Helland was introduced, that the loser would have to pay 10,000 dollars for charity, and while it was only 23 goals for Vålerengas six most scoring, so knocked Rosenborg-invaders 44 goals in the box.
it has Now been two years, but Keita has, according to Helland still not paid the 10,000 dollars to the children suffering from cancer, as it was agreed.
- it is surely the case that he has more important things to spend his money on than children's cancer foundation. I'm curious as to what it is, says Helland enjoyed a lot, according to the Newspaper.
- If I had lost, so I had at least got it settled.
- If he believes that 10,000 dollars is more important to spend on themselves than at the children's cancer foundation, then it must stand for his own account, says Helland.
Helland and also Bendtner - won the bet. Rosenborg's strikers made far more goals than Vålerengas. Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan
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Since the bet was made, Keita switched to Strømsgodset, and the tørnede in the weekend along with precisely Rosenborg and Helland.
Keita came with a nicely arrogant reply.
- I and Helland avoid each other just fine. He sits on the bench, and I play, " replied Keita to Eurosport.
Keita scored once in the 3-3 match, while Helland came on the scene and stood behind an assist.
Muhamed Keita is born in Gambia, but has played 17 matches for the Norway U18-, U21 and 23 landsholdene. Previously, he has also played in the Polish Lech Poznan and the american New York Red Bulls.
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