Candice Swanepoel shows off her midriff as Brazil cheer for victory in their World Cup opener, wearing a short in the country’s colors green and yellow
Candice Swanepoel has revealed that she supports Brazil in the country’s efforts to regain past glory and win its sixth World Cup.
Earlier on Thursday, the South African model took to her Instagram Stories and shared a photo of herself excitedly hoisting the Brazilian flag over her head while wearing the team colours.
The mother-of-two has plenty of cause for encouragement in the wake of Brazil’s 2-0 victory over Serbia to start their World Cup campaign in Lusail, Qatar.
Forward team! Candice Swanepoel, 34, cheered for Brazil to win 2-0 in the country’s first World Cup match in Qatar
With the image, Swanepoel is sure to catch the attention of her many 18.6 million followers and followers by wearing the yellow and green Brazil national team jersey.
By throwing her arms up in the air, after they presumably beat Serbia, she put her midriff on full display.
The catwalk queen finished off her daily look by slipping into blue jeans, her blonde hair made toppled straight and flowing across her chest down to the middle of her back with a center part.
Apparently, the beauty was so excited that she stuck out her tongue while apparently screaming out loud.
TEAM BRAZIL FAN: Although Swanepoel may not hail from Brazil, she has shown her loyalty to the country’s soccer team in support of her friends and fellow Brazilian models, including Alessandra Ambrosio and Adriana Lima.
The famous Tottenham striker, Richarlison, scored two goals for Brazil, which included an acrobatic kick that fell into the net, in a match that witnessed the fall of the feared player, Neymar, with an injury to his right ankle, according to what he reported. ESPN.
Team doctors said Brazil will now wait between 24 and 48 hours to see if Neymar plays again in this year’s tournament.
Although Swanepoel may not hail from Brazil, a number of her friends and fellow Victoria’s Secret Angels call the country their home, including Alessandra Ambrosio and Adriana Lima.
Richarlison scored twice for Brazil, including this acrobatic kick for the second time in the match in Lusail, Qatar, on Thursday.
Swanapoel’s home in South Africa They failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and weren’t competitive enough to appear in three consecutive tournaments since hosting the 2010 edition where they finished third in Group A.
Brazil’s five World Cup victories over the years have come in 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, and most recently in 2002.
The FIFA World Cup was held for the first time in 1930, when FIFA, the governing body for football in the world, decided to organize an international tournament for men’s football under FIFA President Jules Rimet who put this idea into practice.
Celebratory: Richarlison’s teammates celebrate with two goals en route to the team’s victory in their World Cup opener; The last time Brazil, who have won five titles, won the tournament was in 2002
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