Thibaut Courtois has got a new tattoo to commemorate his MVP performance in the 2022 UEFA Champions League final.
The Real Madrid goalkeeper made nine saves to help his side keep a priceless clean sheet in a 1-0 win over Liverpool on May 28.
His new tattoo depicts a goal covered by a brick wall next to the Champions League trophy and his initials followed by the number one.
Courtois shared an image of his new ink on Instagram along with the message: "Thank you @tattooboutiquelarissa for the amazing work."
The artist replied: "Done with great pleasure".
New Thibaut Courtois Tattoo
Courtois did not only excel in the final. The Belgian was a star performer for Real throughout their European campaign last season.
He made 12 saves, including one from a Lionel Messi penalty, as Real beat PSG 3-2 over two legs in the round of 16.
Courtois also made multiple crucial saves as Real got the better of Chelsea and Manchester City en route to the final.