However, The Europa League Finals on a giant screen ended in disappointment on Wednesday night as Arsenal were beaten by Chelsea in the final in SKOL Village at Camp Kigali, Mr. Dukuze Joel won all-expenses paid trip to London to see Arsenal play live at Emirates Stadium, next season.
In partnership with Rwanda Development Board (RDB) and many more got a chance to get way with different prizes in the campaign of Visit Rwanda.
Skol gives away Arsenal Kits and many more prizes for those who well predicted half time score, the mechanism was to buy 2 Skol Select to get in and get a chance to predict on half time and full time scores.
The game got off to a cagey start, not helped by the sedate atmosphere inside the SKOL Village, and it was not until the 18th minute that it burst into life.
It came as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang cushioned a header to play Alex Lacazette in on goal, and the French striker touched the ball past Kepa before going down in the area. Penalty? No. VAR review? Also, surprisingly, no.
We had an encouraging spell midway through the first period, with Kepa once again denying Lacazette who had been played through by Torreira, before Granit Xhaka arrowed a fierce drive narrowly over from 25 yards.
But Chelsea were a threat themselves and Petr Cech, in the final game of a legendary career, was soon called into action to push away an Emerson drive and would later repeat the trick to deny Olivier Giroud.
But he could not keep out the former Gunner’s diving header at the start of the second half that gave Chelsea the lead and put us right up against it.
Our task became even greater when Pedro extended the Blues’ advantage on the hour mark, and four minutes later they made it three as Hazard converted from the spot.
Alex Iwobi gave us a sliver of hope after blasting in a superb volley from the edge of the area, but moments later Hazard added a fourth for Chelsea.