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Gianluigi Donnarumma Italys Goalkeeper Has A Tattoo Of The Euro 2020 Trophy To Commemorate His Penalty Heroics At Wembley

Gianluigi Donnarumma, England’s heartbreaker in the Euro 2020 final, had a tattoo of the trophy inked on his arm.
On Sunday, July 11, Donnarumma, 22, dashed English hopes by saving two penalties, one from Jadon Sancho and the other from Bukayo Saka, as Italy defeated England 3-2 on penalties at Wembley in the European Championship final.
His spot-kick heroics in the semi-finals against both England and Spain earned him Player of the Tournament honors, the first time a goalkeeper has won the title.
Gianluigi Donnarumma has a tattoo of the European Championship trophy on his left arm to remember Italy’s victory over England in the Euro 2020 final at Wembley Stadium. The Paris Saint-Germain star has tried to recall the day by getting a huge tattoo of the trophy on his left arm.
His left arm now has a permanent remembrance of the win, with the trophy flanked by ribbons in Italian colors and the date of the final inscribed below that, just above his wrist, as revealed on his Instagram account, which has 3.2 million followers.
During the final, Italy captain Giorgio Chiellini likened him to renowned Azzurri goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, saying, ‘I’m happy because I’ve played with Gigi Buffon – now I play with Gigi Donnarumma and it’s the same!’
Donnarumma triumphed Player of the Tournament for his penalty heroics in the final and semi-finals. The 22-year-old saved against Jadon Sancho and then Bukayo Saka as Italy won 3-2. This summer, the former AC Milan star signed a five-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain. Donnarumma began his career with the Italian club at the age of 16 and was nearly an ever-present thereafter, amassing 251 games in all competitions.
But, with a slew of clubs once him after his contract expired this summer, he eventually chose PSG, where he signed a five-year free transfer contract.
‘I am happy to be a part of this magnificent club,’ he stated after joining.
I’m ready to take on this new challenge and continue to learn and improve in this new environment.
I want to win as many games as possible in Paris and offer joy to the fans.’

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