Heineken ignites the magic night as Harry Song, others,

This was indeed a night of magical football as fans and consumers alike celebrated late into the night after Real Madrid’s spectacular move to the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League at the expense of Paris Saint Germain.

Courtesy of International Premium Beer, Heineken, UEFA Champions League fans were treated to a premium viewing experience at Golden Tulip in Asaba, which followed the same experience a day earlier in Port Harcourt when fans enjoyed Liverpool’s only loss to Inter Milan. .

But on Wednesday night, as Karim Benzema netted a hat-trick in 17 minutes to become the match-winner, he reversed Galaticos’ fortunes in the quest for 14th place. Champions League title, the real winners were the fans on both sides who united after the thrilling encounter and enjoyed the exhilarating performances from top hip hop star Harry Song Badboy Timz as well as DJ Alonso but not forgetting Shody the Turn Up king who animated the whole session.

In addition to the bragging rights enjoyed by fans of winning teams, Heineken also engaged and rewarded fans and consumers in the interval of the game as well as at the end of the game.

Without notice, fans able to correctly answer some tricky questions like the first corner kick, free kick and first yellow card in the game were rewarded with quality Heineken products, but still had to go through luck.

The viewing experiences offered more than just watching a game, the combination giant screen with ice-cold bottle of Heineken and finger-licking food allows fans of opposing teams to exchange banter even after the game.

With the ‘Cheers to all Fans’ campaign in full swing, fans and consumers alike will look forward to more rewarding experiences when the final set of second round second leg matches take place this week on Tuesday and Wednesday with Manchester United, Atletico Madrid , Ajax, Benfica, Juventus, Villarreal, Lille and Chelsea are all in contention for the remaining four quarter-finals.

Heineken, the official sponsor of the UEFA Champions League for more than 27 years, has continued to lead by example by offering its consumers and football fans across the country the opportunity to watch live broadcasts of all matches every season.

The brand promises more exciting experiences as the 2021/2022 UCL season progresses with more football action to come in April and the finals to be held at the Stade De France.

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