Niall Horan heads to Rob and Dave Kearney’s Dublin pub to watch Ireland’s disappointing loss to Argentina
Published 18/10/2015 | 17:12
Niall Horan may be wrecked after a string of sell out gigs in Dublin’s 3Arena, but the One Direction star did not miss an opportunity to catch Ireland’s clash with Argentina this afternoon.
The Mullingar lad watched the heart-wrenching match in The Bridge bar in Ballsbridge, which is owned by Irish rugby players Rob and Dave Kearney, Jamie Heaslip and Sean O'Brien.
“Thanks to @NiallOfficial for bringing the crew into The Bridge today. Pity about the result,” the bar’s twitter account shared.
Niall and the rest of the gang are believed to have spent last night partying in a cordoned off area of Krystal nightclub in the capital.
The band played to a sell-out crowd in the 3Arena on Friday and Saturday night and are preparing to take to the stage for a third time this evening before the tour moves to Belfast.
The star tweeted his excitement at his homecoming earlier this week.
“Haven’t been home since last Christmas so I’m looking forward to seeing family and friends,” he wrote.
He revealed that last night’s show was “absolutely mind-blowing”.
“[It] was the loudest, craziest show ever.”
The One Direction was joined backstage last night by a special guest.... his nephew Theo.
The tot was brought along to the concert by his mum Denise and his dad Greg, who is Niall's older brother.