Sister Of Brazilian Player Who Died In Plane Crash Gets Tattoo Tribute In His Memory (Photos)
The sister of one of the Chapecoense footballers killed in a plane crash last month has paid permanent tribute to him by getting a tattoo of him. Daniele Padilha, whose brother Danilo was one of 71 people killed when the plane carrying the team to a cup final crashed in Colombia, has had his name and shirt number inked onto her back.
The tattoo depicts goalkeeper Danilo wearing his No 1 jersey, and with a halo above his head.
‘Brother, eternal love, shirt number one.’
Of the 71 people who died in the crash, 19 were players of Brazilian club Chapecoense, who were supposed to play the Copa Sudamericana final – the South American equivalent of the Europa League .