Real Madrid and Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois wanted to commemorate the Champions League final against Liverpool and crown his side with the title this year.
Courtois got a tattoo on his arm, symbolizing the final match and his first European title.
The Belgian star showed off his new tattoo in a photo he posted on his Instagram account.
Courtois painted the goal with building stones, referring to the difficulty of scoring for the Belgian star in the final match.
The player in front of the goal wrote TC1 referring to the first two letters of his name as well as his Real Madrid jersey number.
Courtois reached the Champions League final where he saved nine goals between the posts and the crossbar, a record in all finals.
Courtois responded to the criticism leveled at him after the match and said: “Some didn’t even list me among the top 10 goalkeepers in the world, I’m not saying I deserve to be number one, but not in the top ten? “
It is noteworthy that Real Madrid, which won the Champions League for the 14th time in its history, thanks to the efforts of Courtois and the attacking duo of Karim Benzema and Vinicius Junior, also won the Spanish championship.