Asier Riesgo has been recognized by the fans of C.D. Leganés as the Five Star Player of March. The Basque goalkeeper has won the Mahou award that recognizes him as the best player of the team in the past month thanks to his great performance. This award is organized by Mahou, the club's official beer.
With this initiative, Mahou Cinco Estrellas demonstrates its loyal support to C.D. Leganés and its fans, generating connections between people who are essential to live better and offering the experience to the fans of being part of this award. Riesgo was the protagonist in the matches played by the pepineros last month, leaving good interventions in almost all of them.
Dynamics of the election of the Five-Star Player
Fans vote through Twitter, on the @futbolmahou profile, with the collaboration of the official C.D. Leganés account (@cdleganes), for their chosen player among the five proposed by the club on a monthly basis with the hashtag #JugadorCincoEstrellas (#FiveStarPlayer). To vote they have to mark retweet or favorite the name of the player they want to be awarded the prize, within the deadline set for collecting votes. Once the votes are counted, the winner is determined.
Mahou is a family of beers born in Amaniel street in Madrid in 1890. It is the result of the work of pioneers and master brewers who, for more than 130 years, have been seeking to share flavors and new experiences.
Mahou develops the brewing culture based on rigorous quality processes and the best ingredients to give its products an unmistakable flavor. Experience, passion and quality have driven Mahou to continue growing and innovating, to offer consumers a broad portfolio of brands such as Clásica, Cinco Estrellas, Sin, Maestra, Barrica, Casimiro Mahou, Sin Gluten, Radler...
Since 2018, Mahou is the most awarded Spanish beer range in the world, an international recognition of its excellence and brewing mastery, as well as its exceptional taste.
About Mahou San Miguel
100% Spanish family-owned company, leader in the beer sector in our country with a production share of more than 32%. It has 10 brewing centers -eight in Spain and two in the USA-, four water springs with their bottling plants and a team of nearly 4,000 professionals. It has more than 130 years of history, beginning with the birth of Mahou in 1890. In 2000, Mahou acquired San Miguel. In 2004, it incorporated the Reina brand from the Canary Islands and, in 2007, Cervezas Alhambra. During the last decade, it has diversified its business with the purchase in 2011 of Solán de Cabras, and the entry into new categories such as cider in 2020.
It has a broad portfolio of domestic beers, including Mahou Cinco Estrellas, San Miguel Especial and Alhambra Reserva 1925; pioneering products in their category, such as San Miguel 0.0, San Miguel ECO, Mahou Barrica and brands suitable for celiacs such as San Miguel Gluten Free and Mahou Cinco Estrellas Sin Gluten. It also has a wide range of international beers and water brands such as Solán de Cabras. Internationalization is one of the strategic axes for the development of its business. It produces more than 70% of the Spanish beer consumed outside Spain and is present in more than 70 countries.