The Brazilian has waited all these years to acquire a tattoo in respect of his sensational goal against 2012 semi finals opponent, Barcelona.
Ramires played a key role in Chelsea first UEFA Champions League trophy back in 2012 as his goal helped knock Barcelona off the competition before Blues advanced to the final to beat Bayern Munich on penalties.
With 251 appearances for Blues, Ramires wasn’t much of a goal scorer as he mostly played as a box to box midfielder due to his ability to support defense while still being able to push attack.
Despite not being a goal scorer, Ramires still managed to get his name on the score-sheet when it matters as his few 34 goals included the impacting lob against Victor Valdes when Chelsea knocked the Catalans off the UCL title race back in 2012.
The memory has stick with the Brazilian since then after retiring from playing football in 2020 following his exit trip from Chelsea to join Suning in 2019 before returning to Brazil to sign for Palmeiras where he finished off his career in 2020.
In a recent video shared on his Instagram page, the 35-year-old was seen showing off his newly acquired tattoo.