- Federico Valverde has celebrated Real Madrid’s Champions League triumph against Liverpool in a weird style by making a poster for his assist
- The Uruguayan midfielder provided Brazilian forward, Vinicius Junior with the only assist in the final as Real Madrid defeated Liverpool in Paris
- Real Madrid clinched a record-extending 14th UEFA Champions League crown following their 1-0 victory against the Premier League giants
Real Madrid midfielder, Federico Valverde is still basking in Real Madrid’s UEFA Champions League success after he played a crucial role in helping the club clinch the title in Paris.
The Spanish champions defeated Premier League giants, Liverpool at the Parc des Princes 1-0 thanks to a Vinicius Junior goal proudly assisted by the Uruguayan midfielder.
The 24-year-old has now celebrated his assist in the final by framing a poster of his assist against the Reds and putting it in his home.
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Valverde made a total of 11 appearances for Los Blancos as they scaled past teams like Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea, and Manchester City on their way to the title.
The victory for Real Madrid extended their record of winning Europe’s prestigious club competition to 14 titles, which is double what their closest challenger can boast of.
Real Madrid sign young striker Andres Garcia from Valencia
Meanwhile, Real Madrid has made a bold move to sign 19-year-old striker Andres Garcia from Valencia’s youth team SB Nation reports.
The young striker has penned a contract with Los Blancos which will be valid until June 2025 as he starts his reign at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Garcia has been in Valencia’s youth system for five years but had to leave the La Liga club after his contract expired this summer making him a free agent.
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Courtois unleashes new tattoo to celebrate Real Madrid’s Champions League win
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Real Madrid's goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has gotten a new tattoo to mark winning the Champions League.
Courtois revealed the tattoo, which resembled a brick wall, to signify his solidity in goal in the final against Liverpool.
The tattoo also has the initials TC1, which are presumably his initials. There is also a drawing of the Champions League trophy and the year 2022.