Croatia’s sexiest fan has stripped down for the World Cup once again after reaching stardom during the 2018 edition.
Ivana Knoll, 30, rose to fame after wowing at the 2018 World Cup in Russia with her appearances in the stands. The brunette beauty was dubbed 'CroatIa’s sexiest cheerleader' by local media as she roared on her country.
And now she has returned for the Qatar edition to cheer on Luka Modric and co. once more as they take on Morocco in Group F.
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Posting on Instagram to her 577,000 followers ahead of the fixture, Knoll posed scantily-clad in a two-piece Croat-checked bikini. She sported a huge grin on her face and showed off her backside while bending over to the backdrop of the ocean.
Knoll, who was born in Germany before moving to the northern Croatian capital of Zagreb, previously said she has loved football since she was a little girl. It came as a result of her father taking her to watch live games.
She certainly carried on that tradition in style by travelling to Russia and seeing her country go all the way to the final, where they were eventually beaten by France.
The Croatian bombshell’s business endeavours have seen her launch a series of swimsuits, which mostly incorporate the Croatian flag’s red and white chequerboard design. They are named 'CROkini' swimsuits and are for those who want to flaunt their curves while expressing national pride for the Balkan country.
She has since moved to the USA, but will leave behind her ‘influencing’ duties temporarily to witness the clash with Morocco at the Al Bayt Stadium on Wednesday. Knoll dazzled for the occasion as her Instagram post revealed another Croatian themed dress, this time covering her legs as per clothing laws in Qatar.
But in true Ivana style, the low-cut nature of the dress was enough to capture the imagination of many in the searing heat of Al Khor.
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