Champions League's nail-biting finish
After 122 minutes, a winner could not be declared. Last Saturday's final of the Champions League football match had not only come down to the wire, it had gone into overtime.
Charge d' Affairs of the Spanish Embassy Carmen Rivers presented the perfect layout as specially invited guests gathered at the embassy residence in Norbrook, St Andrew, to watch the match. With an amazing spread by Bahia Principe and an abundance of Heineken, it was an afternoon of fun - but not for the faint of heart. Real Madrid fans were seated on one side and Atletico Madrid fans on the other, with all eyes glued to four giant television screens mounted in front of them.
Having equalised the match after half time, the Atletico Madrid fans were in high spirits despite the torrential downpour outside.
It was a nail-biting finish as the minutes ticked away and the match eventually went to a dreaded penalty shoot-out. The venue was filled with jubilant exclamations after each successful kick until the fourth attempt, which was missed by Atletico Madrid's Juanfran.
Cristiano Ronaldo was up next, securing victory for Real Madrid. The team's supporters at Norbrook were euphoric. They jumped, shouted, hugged each other and punched the air in glee. Their dejected counterparts would at least have lots of beer and good food to help them forget their troubles.