Ivana Knoll, who has been dubbed the World Cup’s ‘sexiest fan’, has once again turned heads in another eye-catching ensemble at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium.
The Croatian model, 26, first caught attention in a plunging red and white checkerboard dress for her country’s first football match of the World Cup and has sported an array of skimpy swimsuits during her Qatar trip.
But she has insisted she feels comfortable in her daring World Cup outfits without fear of arrest in Qatar, despite strict modesty rules in the conservative country.
Now, Ivana has once again put on another busty display in a plunging checkerboard bra and red trousers, with a matching checkered belt, to watch Croatia vs Belgium.
For Thursday’s match, the beauty showed off her incredible figure in the skimpy ensemble, which she teamed with matching red checkered ruffled bracelets.
She styled her brunette locks loosely in a straight fashion and opted for a high-glamour make-up palette and a touch of rouge lipstick.
Ivana appeared to be having the time of her life in the crowds as she blew kisses to photographers and posed while making the shape of a love heart with her hands.
She was also seen snapping an array of selfies as she stood in the crowds to support her native country in their much-anticipated match against Belgium.
Ivana also took to her Instagram to share glamorous photographs of herself sporting the same outfit as she stood in the crowds ahead of the game.
Her latest eye-popping ensemble comes after she wore a full-length red and white checked dress with a hood for Croatia’s opening game against Morocco.
She attended her country’s second fixture with Canada in a much shorter red and white checked dress and posed for selfies with supporters ahead of the game.
It comes after Ivana said she was ‘super angry’ after reading the dress code restrictions for Qatar, with both male and female visitors advised to ‘dress modestly’ in public.
But she said the authorities were ‘not making any problems’ for her, with her more than 700,000 Instagram followers receiving updates of her outfits during the tournament.
Her social media posts during the trip have also shown her wearing swimsuits and bikinis, with both supportive and critical comments from users.
But hitting back at criticism, Ivana said what she was doing wasn’t hurting anyone, saying ‘And I think how my dress or bikini can hurt someone? Please explain me that.’
She also said she was not afraid of being arrested for her outfit choices, despite dress code warnings ahead of the Qatar World Cup.
The UK Foreign Office advised visitors to Qatar that women are expected to cover their shoulders and avoid wearing short skirts.
Speaking outside the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Ivana said: ‘First I was thinking if the World Cup is happening there (Qatar), for sure they will allow us everything to make it comfortable for all fans without any of the restrictions.
‘Then I heard about the rules and I was shocked. The dress code forbids showing shoulders, knees, belly and everything and I was like ‘Oh my God, I don’t even have the clothes to cover all of that.
‘I was super angry because if I’m not a Muslim and if we in Europe respect hijab and niqab, I think they need also to respect our way of life, our religion and in the end me wearing dresses, bikinis because I’m Catholic from Croatia who is here because of the World Cup.
‘But when I arrived I was surprised they were not making any problems about dressing, they allow you to wear everything what you want – except in government buildings, and in the end that’s fine.’
Asked if she had felt there was any risk of being arrested for her outfits, Ms Knoll replied: ‘I am never afraid of something like that.’
In several of her latest Instagram posts, Ivana has even tagged FIFA, which has reiterated Qatar’s strict rules regarding clothing.
‘Visitors (men as well as women) are expected to show respect for local culture by avoiding excessively revealing clothing in public,’ the Qatar tourism authority warned before the World Cup.
‘It is generally recommended for men and women to ensure their shoulders and knees are covered.’
There are high fines and even jail sentences for fans who flash their figures in Qatar. Non-Qatari women do not have to wear the abaya, but their tops and dresses must cover their midriffs and shoulders.
In addition, women traveling to the Arab nation are prohibited from wearing tight clothing or flashing their cleavage. WAGs were advised to cover their busts with a scarf around their necks.