Manchester United's 'sexiest fan' will be cheering on Denmark at the World Cup – but Christian Eriksen isn't the reason why.
Eriksen joined United in the summer, marking his remarkable comeback after suffering a cardiac arrest whilst playing for Denmark at Euro 2020. But the 30-year-old midfielder isn't the motivation behind die hard Red Devils supporter Katrina Maria's decision to cheer on the Dane's in Qatar.
Katrina's love affair with United began when she started watching games with friends. And she regularly posts saucy snaps in the club's colours on her Instagram account to her legion of fans.
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Her family support the Red Devils also, which is another reason she chose to pledge allegiance to the Old Trafford giants. And the brunette will lend her support to the Danes during the World Cup because she lives in the country, she explained to the Daily Star in 2018.
Plus, Katrina's from the Faroe Islands, which is part of Denmark, so it's only right she supports the Danes, she added.
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Katrina's support will be consolation for Eriksen and Co will won't be cheered on by their WAGS in Qatar. Eriksen's partner and her counterparts have been banned from the tournament by the Danish FA who don't want to add to Qatar's economy during the competition.
The Danes will need all the support they can get to avenge their Euro 2020 semi-final defeat to England at the World Cup. They face Tunisia, Australia, and reigning Champions France in the group stages in Qatar.
But they've been given a huge boost ahead of their clash with France next week due to Didier Deschamps' side's growing list of injury problems. Karim Benzema is the latest star that's been ruled out of France's squad after he picked up a thigh injury.
Benzema's injury comes just days after team-mate Christopher Nkunku was hurt in training for Les Bleus. To make matters worse, the French are already without Paul Pogba and N'Golo Kante heading into the World Cup.
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