The King will be watching the game against Brazil and so will we. ¡Vamos Mexico! pic.twitter.com/fyh0vGzSQ0
— Bud Light (@budlight) June 28, 2018
My soccer-loving colleagues have explained to me that Mexico has not advanced past the fifth round in the World Cup since 1994, being dubbed “The Curse of the Fifth.”
With Korea’s most recent win over Germany, keeping Mexico alive in the World Cup, it seems the country is one step closer to achieving that dream, though, and Bud Light raised the stakes.
Always make sure you have something to toast with. pic.twitter.com/B6pSjMysXo
— Bud Light (@budlight) July 19, 2017
Earlier this month, Bud Light tweeted that if Mexico was able to break the “Curse of the Fifth,” they’ll provide the state of California with free beer.
If Mexico beats Brazil this upcoming Monday, Bud Light will have to uphold their promise to provide the Golden State with a downpour of free beer.
Budweiser has yet to announce how and when they’ll provide that boozy promise, but we’re all on the edge of our seats hoping they deliver if Mexico beats Brazil next week.
The only thing we can be sure of, however, is that our eyes will be glued to this Monday’s match.