Dom Dwyer, Sydney Leroux

Iceland's upset of England sent shockwaves through the betting world. Soccer fans who chose the safe bet of England in the Euro round of 16 had to pay up Monday.

Sporting KC forward Dom Dwyer proved to be a part of that group. Dwyer, who was born in Cuckfield, England, bet against his wife, USWNT striker Sydney Leroux. As a result, he had to let Leroux give him a makeover. The finished result looked like this:

On June 14, the date of Iceland's first match of the tournament against Portugal, the odds of it winning the tournament were 150/1, according to Sky Bet.

Now, the squad's odds are 40/1 (still by far the longest of the remaining eight teams) despite its epic clap.

Iceland plays its quarterfinal match Sunday against host France. It is time for Dwyer to decide if he is willing to double down. Leroux, who is sitting out the entire 2016 NWSL season and the Olympics while she is pregnant, could use some more fun during her playing hiatus.

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