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The 379th EuroMillions draw was a Superdraw which took place on Tuesday 10th May 2011. The EuroMillions numbers drawn were 3, 10, 15, 28 and 45 and the Lucky Stars were 5 and 7. The jackpot for this draw was €100 million (£80 million), but after failing to find a winner, the EuroMillions Superdraw 10th May 2011 rolled over to the next week where the eventual prize of €121 million (£105 million) was won by a Spanish ticket holder.

If you’re interested to see how Francisco’s winning numbers compare to the most commonly drawn EuroMillions numbers then our EuroMillions draw results statistics can provide you with that information.



The EuroMillions results weren’t only profitable for the main winner however.

Thirteen tickets did manage to match 5 numbers and 1 Star to pocket €148,319 (£94,404.40) and 1,735,300 tickets matched 2 numbers to win €4.00 (£2.50).




Friday 13th May 2011 was lucky for the single Spanish ticket holder, who found himself €121,019,633 richer. 30-year-old baker Francisco Delgado Rodríguez from Pilas, Seville came from a long line of bakers, but shortly after his enormous win, the family closed down the bakery and moved away. However, his family moved back and Rodríguez, nicknamed El Charolo, is often seen locally in his Porsche or mixing with the Grand Prix crowd. He has bought a house in Miami and one in the centre of Seville, plus a chalet for each of his sisters Maru, Lola and Maribel.

Superstitious locals apparently flocked to the bakery to knock on the door in the hope of sharing in some of Rodríguez’ luck.
If you think you can share Francisco’s luck and become a lottery winner yourself, then why not play EuroMillions now with Lottery24?