Chuffed Wales fans pose with ex-Miss Croatia who continues to defy outfit rules

A couple of very happy Wales supporters bumped in the woman dubbed the World Cup's sexiest fan ahead their crunch clash with England on Tuesday.

Ivana Knoll, a former Miss Croatia who's been turning heads all tournament by flaunting Qatar's strict conservative dress code, was 'accidentally' photo-bombed by the two Welsh chaps, who couldn't have looked happier about it.

She took it in good spirits though and turned around to pose for a quick selfie, with one of the supporters draping a not-so-subtle arm around the bombshell brunette.

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Ivana has been the talk of the town since arriving in Doha at the start of the tournament, especially after being pictured walking along the city's waterfront wearing a G-string.

The 30-year-old was criticised for 'disrespecting' Qatari customs, but she didn't let up, posting photos of herself wearing a tiny spaghetti-strap bikini, which left almost nothing to the imagination, on Instagram shortly after.

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She's attended matches too, wearing slightly more 'appropriate' yet still boundary-pushing ensembles – always in the checkered red and white of her home country.

Those lucky fans will be hoping their good fortune carries over to the Wales national side tonight, who need a victory over England to stand any chance of progressing to the round of 16.

England, meanwhile, need only to avoid a heavy defeat to make it to the knockout stage, though will be looking to top the group with a win to face Senegal, rather than Holland, in the next round.


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