- Thibaut Courtois spoke to four different media outlets in four different languages following Real Madrid's UEFA Super Cup win
- The Real Madrid goalkeeper kept a clean sheet as Los Blancos defeated Eintracht Frankfurt 2-0 to clinch the Super Cup on Wednesday, August 10 in Helsinki
- Courtois who joined Real Madrid from Chelsea in 2018 can speak several languages including Dutch, French, English, and Spanish
Thibaut Courtois has shown he is a polyglot (someone who speaks many languages) as he flaunted his language skills after the UEFA Super Cup victory against Eintracht Frankfurt.
The Real Madrid goalkeeper who had an outstanding game against the Bundesliga side spoke 4 different languages in 4 different interviews after the 2-0 win against Frankfurt.
According to Sport Bible, Courtois who can speak Dutch, French, English, and Spanish while having a strong understanding of German and Portuguese switched languages with ease during the interviews.
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The Belgium goalkeeper has had an impeccable record for Real Madrid in finals after keeping a clean sheet in all 4 finals he has been in goal for Los Blancos.
Courtois has also now saved all 19 shots on goal he has faced from opposition players in his four finals with Real Madrid in domestic and UEFA competitions.
Real Madrid reach agreement with Bayer Leverkusen to sign Iker Bravo
Meanwhile, Real Madrid are on the verge of signing Spanish teenage sensation, Iker Bravo from Bundesliga club, Bayer Leverkusen.
According to SB Nation, the newly crowned 2022 UEFA Super Cup winners and Bayer Leverkusen have reached an agreement for Bravo’s transfer after weeks of speculation.
Los Blancos beat city rivals Atletico Madrid to the signature of the Spanish teenager and Bravo will join Real Madrid on a one-season loan with an option to buy.
David Alaba and Karim Benzema guide Real Madrid to comfortable victory
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Real Madrid have won their fifth UEFA Super Cup title.
The UEFA Champions League winner beat Eintracht Frankfurt in the final in Helsinki thanks to goals from David Alaba and Karim Benzema.
The German side struggled to get a foothold in the game in the first ten minutes, as Madrid’s midfield gave them no room to play. Luka Modrić, Casemiro, and Toni Kroos once again controlled the play and anchored the midfield.