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Top moments from Heineken UCL exclusive viewing in Port Harcourt

The match was the second leg fixture between 6-time UCL champions Liverpool and current Italian champions, Inter Milan, the venue was 15 on Herbert, Amadi in Port Harcourt and the atmosphere was brimming with positive energy. Heineken, the world’s international premium beer, hosted the first of its premium viewing experience lined up for the 2021/2022 UEFA Champions League Season and it was ecstatic.

It was a night that offered more than a premium match viewing experience of footballing action. With musical performances, halftime side attractions, mouthwatering Heineken merchandise for giveaways and plenty to eat and drink, it was a mini-festival befitting only the world’s top brewer.

There are many exciting moments to flashback to but we have selected some for you in this piece in case you missed out on all the fun from last night.

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Fans reactions after the final whistle: The Liverpool fans showed once again that they live the talk when they say “Never Walk Alone”. Coming into the encounter with a 2-0 lead from the first leg, the Reds lost on the night but managed to grab the quarterfinal ticket at the expense of the Italians. Lautaro Martinez scored the only goal of the match to hand Liverpool their first defeat at home in over a year but it wasn’t enough to dampen the spirit of the Reds. You could see the joy of fans watching on the giant screens at the Heineken viewing centre.

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Exhilarating Musical Performance: As we said, it was more than just a match viewing experience. Afrobeats sensation Ajebo Hustlers thrilled the audience with their hit single “Barawo” and other popular tunes. They got the crowd dancing as they rounded up what was a thrilling night with a brilliant performance.

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Ice-cold Refreshment & Side Attractions: The combination of ice-cold Heineken coupled with finger-licking goodness in front of giant screens is one memory we will not forget anytime soon. Not forgetting the gaming arena where folks battled it out like the ballers on the pitch

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