Liverpool fan gets Divock Origi tattoo on his stomach after historic winner

Liverpool fan gets Divock Origi tattoo on his stomach after historic winner

- Divock Origi scored Liverpool's winner against Barcelona that earned them a place in the Champions League finals

- Origi's brace and Wijnaldum's two goals gifted the Reds a 4-0 win over the Catalan giants to qualify on a 4-3 goal aggregate

- And in a show of gratitude to Origi's heroics, a fan has got a tattoo of the Liverpool forward on his stomach

A Liverpool fan has taken celebration of the club's qualification for the Champions League finals to a whole new level after getting a tattoo of Divock Origi on his stomach.

Origi, who has not been a regular for the Jurgen Klopp-tutored side, struck twice to inspire Liverpool to a 4-0 win at Anfield against Barcelona.

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Origi's double and Georginio Wijnaldum's brace completed the Red's remarkable comeback over Barcelona as they went on to progress to the finals of the European showpiece.

The comeback sparked wild celebration across the globe as fans were caught on camera as far as New York partying after the win.

And in Magaluf, Spain, a Liverpool fan resolved to pay tribute to Origi in a rather unusual way as he permanently inked a tattoo on his stomach with the words: "Divock 19."

According to a report by SunSport, the yet to be identified fan got a little carried away in the celebrations and beaded into a tattoo parlour to have the inscription.

Meanwhile, the Red's comeback has now been touted as the greatest ever comeback in the history of Champions League.

As for Barcelona, they are no strangers to such slip ups, having blown up a three-goal advantage against Roma last season to be dumped out of the UCL in the quarter-final stage.

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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported that Barcelona star, Lionel Messi, had to face furious fans who hurled insults at him following the Catalan side's heartbreaking exit from the Champions League.

Barcelona gave up a three-goal advantage earned in the first leg of the semi-final fixture against Liverpool to exit the competition.

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