Meet Senegal’s stunning WAGs who are hoping England get dumped out of World Cup
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England's WAGs aren't the only ones who will be cheering on their men at the Al Bayt Stadium today in the last 16 clash with Senegal.
The wives and girlfriends of the Three Lions, who have ditched their £1billion cruise ship for five-star hotels and villas in Qatar, will be joined inside the ground by the lovers of the Africa Cup of Nations holders.
Several of them have been supporting in the stands as Senegal progressed to the knockout stages of the World Cup for only the second time in their history, while others have been watching from afar.
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Blonde beauty Maxine Scacchi is married to third-choice goalkeeper Alfred Gomis, who plays his club football for Stade Rennes in Ligue 1 and avoided a late injury scare to make the squad.
Scacchi works as a fashion stylist and graphic designer in London, meaning they spend a lot of time apart. But she's currently preparing to welcome their first child.
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When Idrissa Gana Gueye returned to Everton in the summer he was flanked by his gorgeous wife Pauline, whom he met on Facebook all the way back in 2011.
The Frenchwoman built a successful career as an account manager before meeting her beau and is a co-founder of the For Hope Association.
When she's not working, she's looking after their two boys Isaac, four, and Ismail, two, who she has taken to Qatar with her to stay at the Four Seasons in Doha.
Unlike most WAGs, Kalidou Koulibaly's wife Charline Oudenot chooses to keep her life private and has just under 400 followers on Instagram.
The pair met in 2011 when Chelsea centre-back Koulibaly was playing for French side Metz and married in 2014 shortly before he joined Napoli. They have a six-year-old son, Seni, and a three-year-old daughter, Nessa.
Romanian stunner Ioana Ndiaye, 21, is the other half of Sheffield United's Iliman Ndiaye, 22. She's been documenting her World Cup experience in Qatar with young daughter Naya on her social media, and was brutally honest in a Q&A she held on Instagram.
When asked when she was returning to England, she replied: "Hopefully not anytime soon." She later added: "I find Sheffield very boring tbf, but this could be because I've lived in London before so there is a huge difference."
And she believes Senegal can beat England and go all the way, writing: "Of course we have potential. You can never lose hope and also always speak things into existence."
Mrs Abou Cisse
Olympiacos defender Pape Abou Cisse was dropped by Senegal boss Aliou Cisse after their opening game 2-0 defeat to the Netherlands, but he will no doubt have been comforted by his wife.
Like Oudenot, Mrs Abou Cisse keeps a low profile – so much so that her name is unknown. They married earlier this year in what looked to be a very happy ceremony.
Another of the Senegal WAGs who keeps herself to herself, Fatou Sarr is joined in holy matrimony with Watford winger Ismaila Sarr. Very little is known about their private lives, aside from the fact they're both aged 24.
In the absence of the injured Sadio Mane, Sarr has had to step up as his nation's main man. Having scored from the spot against Ecuador to help them through, he'll be one to keep an eye on for Gareth Southgate's side.
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