Six years ago, Club Brugge defender Jack Hendry was sent out to Shrewsbury Town by Wigan Athletic for a loan spell which only lasted two months.
Fast-forward to 2021, the 26-year-old Scotsman successfully prevented Neymar,Kylian Mbappe, and Lionel Messi from scoring in the Champions League.
It was the first time all three superstars were deployed all together by Mauricio Pochettino, and may were predicting a whitewash in Belgium.
However, accompanied with defensive partner Stanley Nsoki, Brugge successfully silenced the fearsome trio, managing to secure an unlikely 1-1 draw against Pochettino’s side.
And the former Celtic and Dundee United star would have done so with the support of his girlfriend, Boohoo model Robyn Emma Keen.
Hendry managed to keep Messi quiet, a feat many central defenders have not been able to do
The pair are believed to have initially met when Hendry was at Celtic Park.
Rumours off their blossoming relationship initially emanated in 2019, when reports from the Scottish Sun, claimed Hendry had been appearing in many of her Instagram videos.
Keen, who is currently a part of talent, production, and marketing agency Muse.The Agency, is also believed to have been supporting Hendry during Scotland's performances in Euro 2020, according to the Scottish Sun.
She has modelled for brands such as Boohoo, Luxe To Kill, and Miss Pap.
Robyn Keen has reportedly been seeing Jack Hendry since 2019
Hendry’s career has also accelerated to impressive heights since he first made the audacious move to Belgium from Scotland.
The 26-year-old first ventured into Europe when he Celtic sent him on loan to Belgian side KV Oostende.
After impressing for the West Flanders’ based side, they chose to sign Hendry permanently for a fee believed to be around £1million.
But his permanent move only lasted one season, as Club Brugge swept in and paid an estimated £4m for the central defender.
He has put in a series of impressive performances at the Jan Breydel Stadium, as the club are currently in third position.
Hendry will also have an opportunity to martial Mbappe and Messi once again, when Brugge take on PSG in their final Champions League group match on December 7.
While the Belgian giants are out of the Champions League, a positive result at the Parc des Princes, accompanied with a Manchester City victory over RB Leipzig would see them qualify for the Europa League.