SuperSport viewers on DStv can look forward to the last legs of the first knockout round of the European Champions League scheduled for February 21 and 22. The matches (Liverpool vs Real Madrid, Eintracht Frankfurt vs Napoli, RB Leipzig vs Manchester City and Internazionale vs Porto) will be broadcast, on Tuesday night and Wednesday night at 10pm live and exclusive on SuperSport from the DStv Grande package.
DStv Easy and Family package customers can also have access to the games if they join the campaign ?upgrade your package? and experience all the action and magic of the European Champions League. How to?
If you are a DStv Fácil (685 MT) customer, you pay for DStv Família (1,090 MT) and get DStv Grande (1,835 MT) for free. However, if you are a DStv Family (1.090 MT) customer, you pay for DStv Grande (1.835 MT) and get DStv Grande Mais (2.775 MT) for free.
The "Upgrade your package" campaign aims to add more value, satisfaction, retention and improvement of our customers' experience. We implemented it in the expectation that customers get to know the contents of our packages and explore the best of our platforms," said Jónia Presado, Director of Marketing, Communications and Public Relations at MultiChoice Mozambique.
In this campaign, DStv and GOtv customers can access a variety of programming available in the higher packages for the price of a lower package. The initiative makes much of the content more accessible to a large group of viewers.
DStv and GOtv Mozambique are the only true soccer houses in Mozambique, they offer a range and depth of action that no other competitor can match, it is literally ?unbeatable soccer?
Action on Tuesday night features Eintracht Frankfurt hosting Napoli and derby between Liverpool and Real Madrid ? a repeat of last year's Champions League final.
The Reds have had a difficult season so far, but the opportunity for revenge on ?Los Blancos? for the 1 ? 0 defeat suffered in Paris in May last year will be a great motivating force.
"The first thing we can say about this draw is that this is a Champions League. This is a game that speaks for itself and that we should all be excited for," said Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.
"I know we have played Real Madrid in two recent finals, but it is not that often that our two clubs have met in a two-way contest, so now we can expect this to happen. Real's European record is the best there is. We know that. But we also know that our record isn't too bad. On top of that, we know we have Anfield and everyone knows what that means."
On Wednesday night, RB Leipzig hosts Manchester City at the Red Bull Arena, while Internazionale welcomes Porto to the iconic San Sirro stadium.
The coach of the CitizensPep Guardiola warned his team not to underestimate their Bundesliga opponents: "We have experience from last season, we fought a lot here, we scored a lot, but we gave away a lot at the Etihad," noted the Spaniard.
"We lost there. We will see what happens now. We have a lot of respect for what they have done in German soccer and in Europe. It's a young team with a clear philosophy, the way they want to play."
Meanwhile, Inter coach Simone Inzaghi foresees a great confrontation with his Portuguese opponents: "we respect Porto, they have done very well for many years in the Champions League. I know very well the head coach, Sergio Conceição, who was my former teammate for many years at Lazio.
"Our aim is to get through to the next round and give our fans something to dream about; it's been a while since we've been involved in a Champions League quarter-final. It won't be easy at all, we will need to work hard to be ready for a draw in both hands, where small margins make all the difference. It will be two big games and we will be ready."