The football world has no shortage of some truly outrageous body ink.
Some notable mentions include Nicolas Otamendi’s tattoo of television characters, Alberto Moreno’s back tattoo of a monkey (yes it’s true) etc.
Footballers usually go for a tribute to family members or memorable moments for body ink options, but some stars stand out.
The Slovakian International was in UCL action against Liverpool, a game which ended in a 1-0 victory for the Nerazzurri, but ultimately saw them crash out of the competition 2-1 on aggregate.
Nevertheless, Skriniar put in a formidable performance and even won the MOTM award for his efforts.
A post-match picture (via @marifcinter) emerged of the Slovakian, in which he can beat seen shirtless, revealing his bizarrely bold chest tattoo.
No description can do the ink justice, but here is an honest attempt.
The tattoo depicts a bout of arm wrestling between good and evil, or Jesus and Satan.
Satan’s side appears to have a darker tone, with an erupting volcano visible in the background.
On the other hand, Jesus is illustrated in front of vast valleys and serene sights, along with a much lighter colour tone.
At the bottom is a football donning on a crown, additionally, it also appears to have… wings, perhaps symbolizing an angelic figure.
We’re no experts at deciphering symbols, but we sure took a fair crack.
Perhaps an explanation from the man himself is overdue.