Neymar Flaunts New Tattoo Featuring Comic Book Superheroes Spider-man And Batman

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In his latest tattoo, Neymar has not gotten his favorite superhero characters - Spiderman and Superman inked on his back.

Written By Dylan Dsouza | Mumbai | Updated On:

Apart from dazzling his fans with his extraordinary skills, Neymar is also known to have an massive admiration for tattoos. From his family members and friends, to symbols that have inspired his journey - the Brazilian is believed to be inked from head to toe.

And now as it seems, the Paris Saint Germain forward has found an inspiration to get inked once more. In his latest tattoo, the 26-year-old has gotten his favorite superhero characters inked on his back.

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The tattoo on his back feature two popular figures from the Marvel and DC universe. In what makes a brilliant crossover - the left side of his back features an image of Spiderman, while the caped-crusader, Batman is added to the right side of his back.

Thieres Paim is believed to be the hands behind this beautiful piece of artistry. The tattoo artist took to Instagram to share his latest piece of artwork on Neymar's back.

The tattoo might mark a new change for Neymar Jr, but one alteration he might not be making any time soon is his club. However, there were reports doing the rounds that the Brazilian was open to the choice of returning to his old club, Barcelona. However, Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu dismissed any ideas of that possibility.

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Meanwhile, Angel Di Maria netted a spectacular stoppage equalizer to rescue a point for Paris St Germain in their Champions League Group C clash with Napoli played at the Parc de Princess. In the process, Di Maria's strike meant that PSG maintained their 100% unbeaten record across all competitions.

It was a game that the deadly trio of Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and Edison Cavani failed to hit the ground of running, the Argentine proved to be the savior for the French giants as they came back twice from behind to salvage a 2-2 draw against Napoli.



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