Euromillions winner, Jane Park saw her winning streak of bets come to an end at the weekend.
The 22-year old revealed to her followers that she had placed an in-play bet on Manchester United to beat Man City at odds of 12/1 when they were 1-0 down, adding “F ** mon the United.”
However, City went on to win the match 2-1 with goals by David Silva and Otamendi coming either ends of Marcus Rashford’s strike.
Park then tweeted: “That’s no what you want”, with angry emoji.
She had previously enjoyed success at the bookies, her last win being a £217.55 scoop on a four team football accumulator.
Earlier this year she made £584.18 from the three bets including darts and football.
While she made hundreds betting on the Scottish boxer Josh Taylor during his bout against fighting ace Ohara Davies.
And two weeks ago she won £348.63 from another four-fold accumulator, including Scottish sides St. Mirren and Inverness.
Meanwhile, Jane Park was so unimpressed by a footballer’s performance this weekend that she offered to put up the cash for him to RETIRE.
According to Mirror sport, Britain’s youngest EuroMillions winner, is a big Hibernian fan.
And on Sunday, the Scot – who at 17 won £1million after buying her first ever EuroMillions ticket – appeared to lose patience with Steven Whittaker during her team’s draw with Celtic.
She tweeted Hibs’ official account, saying: “How much for Whittaker to retire. Can I pay?”