Angel Di Maria inks beautiful tattoo after world cup win


Angel Di Maria, the winger who was instrumental in Argentina’s World Cup victory, has inked a magnificent tattoo to mark the occasion.

The 34-year-old scored against France in the final match, which Lionel Scaloni’s team won in a nail-biting penalty shootout to win their first World Cup since 1986.

The Argentine fans will never forget that day, and Di Maria will always be reminded of his own achievements thanks to a large World Cup trophy that he got tattooed on his right thigh.

Famous tattooist Ezequiel Viapiano inked Di Maria, and the Paris Saint-Germain winger acknowledged the expert on Instagram.

“On the skin for all eternity. Thank you very much, friend,” read the translation for Di María’s post. “You said it when we [won the] Copa America, the other leg was being saved for this moment. It was written. COME ON ARGENTINA.”

How Di Maria contributed to Argentina’s World Cup victory ?

Up until the World Cup final, Di Maria did not start any of Argentina’s elimination games.

Scaloni made a wise decision, as Di Maria harassed Jules Koundé and Ousmane Dembélé throughout the entirety of the first half after starting on the wide left.

In the 23rd minute, the winger earned a penalty, which Lionel Messi then scored, and then he finished off an incredible counterattack to double Argentina’s lead.

The PSG player was finally replaced in the second half as France attempted to claw their way back into the game, but Scaloni’s team managed to hold on to secure a historic triumph.

What other tattoos does Angel Di Maria carry?

It turns out that Angel Di Maria has more football-related tattoos on his body in addition to his World Cup tattoo.

In fact, the attacker had a Copa América tattoo on his left calf to honor Argentina’s victory in the event the previous year.

Argentina defeated Brazil 1-0 in the tournament’s final game thanks to a goal from Di Maria.

Di Maria revealed in his most recent Instagram post that he had been holding onto his second leg for when Argentina would win the World Cup, and that the time has now come.

When is Angel Di Maria retireing?

Di Maria, who made his international debut in 2008, has 129 caps for Argentina.

The Argentines will desperately hope that one of their best players ever stays around for years to come. The 34-year-old has not yet spoken about his plans for retirement.

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