Barella’s EURO 2020 celebration becomes a tattoo

After Giorgio Chiellini dragging back Bukayo Saka, there’s another spectacular tattoo celebrating Italy’s UEFA EURO 2020 victory, specifically Nicolò Barella chilling out.

The Azzurri took their overall unbeaten run to 34 games by defeating England in the Final at Wembley Stadium on a penalty shoot-out.

Fans are now marking the first Italy triumph in the European Championship since 1968 by immortalising moments from the summer with tattoos.

An image of Juventus captain Chiellini hauling England international Saka by the back of his jersey to keep him away from the Euro 2020 trophy already went viral.

Now someone has got a tattoo of Inter midfielder Barella thoroughly enjoying the celebrations during the visit to see Head of State Sergio Mattarella in Rome.

While everyone else was on their best behaviour, Barella sneakily got himself a drink, was the only one wearing sunglasses and had the general demeanour of Ferris Bueller on his day off.

The clip went viral on social media and is now forever emblazoned on someone’s leg.

 

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