Sheriff Tiraspol hero Sebastien Thill has an incredible tattoo on his leg denoting his ambitions to play in the Champions League.
He scored a thrilling last-minute goal at the Bernabeu to secure victory for his team.
Sheriff defeated Real Madrid in dramatic circumstances in what will go down in Champions League history as one of the most remarkable results.
Jasur Jakhshibaev scored for Moldova in the 25th minute. Los Blancos answered in the second-half.
After a VAR review, Karim Benzema scored from the penalty spot to equalize but there was more drama.
Thill netted a majestic half-volley in the 89th minute to stun the Bernabeu into silence and hand victory to Sheriff over the 13-times Champions League winners.
This win follows their impressive victory over Shakhtar in the first match and places them at the top of group D, with six out of six.
It has been an amazing journey for Thill, who is currently on loan from Sheriff from Progres Niederkorn.
Thill, 27, has a tattoo of himself inked on his leg that depicts him dreaming of playing for the Champions League.
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The Bernabeu was the final stop for one of the most underdog stories ever told.
Thill is no stranger to giant-killings.
In 2017, Thill faced Rangers in the Europa League’s first qualifying round.
Progres Niederkorn won the European competition with a 2-1 aggregate win against the Scottish side.
His goal against Real Madrid made him the first Luxembourgian player ever to score a goal during the tournament’s history.