Thibaut Courtois tattooed Champions League on his body – The Belgian goalkeeper, who left his mark on the giant final played by Real Madrid with Liverpool, will carry the traces of this match until he dies.
Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, who marked Real Madrid’s Champions League final with Liverpool’s saves, tattooed the trophy on his body. Deciding to carry 28 May 2022 with him forever, Courtois did not step back against Liverpool’s stars and managed to become the biggest architect of Real Madrid’s 14th Champions League victory.
Courtois, who almost built a wall in his castle and tattooed a wall on his body, won the Champions League for the first time while playing the best match of his career. Courtois, who made nine successful saves in the match played at Stade de France, also played an important role in his team’s winning La Liga this season under Carlo Ancelotti, and became one of the most reliable players of Real Madrid.
Liverpool angered his players
Courtois, who previously enjoyed the championship with Atletico Madrid, transferred to Real Madrid from Chelsea in the summer of 2018. Courtois, who won the Premier League championship with Chelsea, angered Liverpool players with the statements “If you play the final with Real Madrid, you know before the match,” before the final match with Liverpool.
The 30-year-old goalkeeper, who also guarded the goal of the Belgium National Team, had recently reacted to the allegations made on social media that the quality of the pass was not good enough. Referring to the fact that Real Madrid has an important place in the setup of the game from behind, Courtois announced that he turned his ear to criticism and focused on the success of his team.