LOOK: Nick Foles’ Super Bowl TD Catch Gets Tattooed On Eagles Fan

Nick Foles’ touchdown catch in Super Bowl 52 was one of the most perfectly drawn up plays we have seen.

The trick play included Eagles running back Corey Clement taking a direct snap, pitching the ball to tight end Trey Burton and ended with the quarterback hauling in a wide open catch that was instrumental in the Philadelphia Eagles’ win over the New England Patriots and Foles receiving Super Bowl MVP honors.

The play made fans everywhere go wild, and one Eagles fan is making sure the play lives on with him for the rest of his life.

On Twitter, one fan showed off his brand new tattoo that shows the play art for the “Philly Special.”

Check it out:

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— Jimmy Butler’s Best Friend (@DanSaysThat) February 6, 2018

The best part of the play? A video from Showtime’s Inside the NFL shows that Foles urged head coach Doug Pederson to call the trick play from New England’s one-yard line after learning his coach wanted to go for a touchdown.

What a play.