- One Italian fan has decided to rub salt in English supporters' wounds by getting a tattoo of Chiellini's controversial foul on Saka during the Euro 2020 final
- In the tattoo on his arm, Saka looks to be getting pulled away from the Euro trophy, in a similar manner to how he was pulled on the pitch
- Chiellini claimed he put a curse on Saka before he missed the decisive penalty in the EURO 2020 final
An Italy fan has set tongues wagging after immortalizing Giorgio Chiellini's controversial foul on Bukayo Saka during the Euro 2020 final.
Recall that 19-year-old Saka was cynically fouled by 36-year-old Chiellini as he broke away on the counter during Italy vs England.
The Italian captain was booked for the challenge, although some believed it was worthy of a red card
Chiellini's antics on Saka went viral on social media with many England fans venting their anger on the Italian legend.
Some of the fans were of the opinion that the final should be replayed because of that controversial moment.
But an Italian fan has now ensured a lot of people will not forget Chiellini's antics in a long while.
In the tattoo on his arm, Saka looks to be getting pulled away from the Euro trophy, in a similar manner to how he was pulled on the pitch.
Lionel Messi holding Copa America title becomes most liked photo on Instagram
Lionel Messi's Instagram post shortly after Argentina beat Brazil 1-0 at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday, 10 July, has become the most 'liked' picture on Instagram with 19.9million likes, AS reports.
The victory against Brazil ensured that Argentina claimed their first Copa America title since 1993 as it also gave captain Messi his first trophy for the national team.
Shortly after the final whistle, Messi posted a picture of himself with the Copa America trophy in the Maracana dressing room.
Six days after that photo, the post has now become the most 'liked' picture on Instagram with 19.9 million users giving their approval to the post and still counting.
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Source: Briefly News