Tottenham star Cristian Romero unveils incredible new tattoo and fellow Argentina World Cup winners can’t get enough

CRIST ALMIGHTY TOTTENHAM star Cristian Romero has unveiled his incredible new tattoo of Argentina’s World Cup 2022 win.

Romero, 24, helped his country to their third World Cup crown in Qatar late last year.
Tottenham defender Cristian Romero has got some fresh ink to commemorate Argentina’s 2022 World Cup win
The tattoo features the World Cup trophy with Argentina’s badge, flag and three stars

Romero showing off his new tattoo is Spurs’ changing room
The centre-back played in every single game at the winter tournament, including 120 minutes in the thrilling 3-3 final with France, which saw Argentina beat the reigning champions on penalties.

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Incredibly, Romero has won three international trophies in just 19 senior appearances for Argentina.

He helped Argentina win the Copa America in 2021, followed by the Finalissima in 2022 and then the World Cup.

He got some fresh ink after Argentina became South American champions again – their first title since 1993.

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And he got another massive tattoo to remember Argentina’s World Cup win, covering the lower half of his right leg.

The tattoo features the World Cup trophy with Argentina’s badge, flag and three stars.

Romero’s fellow World Cup winners can’t get enough of his new ink.

Atletico Madrid star and captain Lionel Messi’s right-hand man, Rodrigo De Paul, said in Romero’s Instagram comments: “I miss you.”

And midfielder Leandro Parades posted fire emojis while goalkeeping hero Emiliano Martinez appeared love-struck.

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Romero, should he stay performing at the top level, could very well play at a World Cup hosted in his own country.

South America’s four-nation bid to host the 2030 World Cup has been formally launched in Buenos Aires.

Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Chile have joined forces in a bid to mark the centenary of the first tournament in 2030.

Romero cradling the trophy like a baby

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