DAVID DE GEA will be in goal again for Spain as they take on Russia in the first of game of the knockout rounds at the World Cup 2018 this afternoon, but his stunning girlfriend Edurne has been setting pulses racing for very different reasons on her Instagram page.
The Spanish singer, 32, is no stranger to putting on a sizzling display on social media and last summer was no exception as she put her phenomenal figure on show for her 986,000 followers.
Slipping into a daring strapless two-piece, she could be seen risking a major wardrobe malfunction in one eye-popping video as she leapt from the side of a boat into a breathtaking turquoise ocean.
The World Cup WAG and TV presenter could be seen putting her arms up in the air in the patterned bandeau swimwear, throwing herself enthusiastically into the water in the slow-motion clip.
The blonde bombshell’s enviably toned midriff was impossible to miss but it was her bust which drew the most attention as her assets threatened to spill out of her racy top.
Luckily, De Gea’s girlfriend managed to maintain her modesty as she splashed into the water.
Her fans flooded to the comments section to gush over the red hot upload, with one simply saying: “Sexy!”
A second called De Gea “lucky”, adding: “Very beautiful.”
While a third remarked Edurne looked even better in slow-motion, a fourth added: “Beautiful as always.”
The sexy star, who represented Spain at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2015, sent temperatures soaring once again just weeks ago when she shared a saucy bikini snap.
Russia will be hoping the atmosphere on home turf will boost them for a win over the 2010 champions and help them bounce back from a 3-0 loss to Uruguay.
Speaking ahead of the clash, Spain’s David Silva admitted they could be facing a tough test taking on the hosts, explaining the team have struggled against opponents who suppress their attacking threat.
“Some teams park the bus in front of the goal and it’s hard to handle that situation,” he said. “But we need to find solutions.
“We are trying to correct our mistakes but sometimes it’s hard to shine because of that approach of other teams.”