BIANCA Gascoigne has shown off her sensational figure in a cropped England shirt ahead of tonight's historic Euro 2020 clash.
The glamour model stripped down to a pair of cheeky red knickers and rolled up her football top to reveal her toned middle and peachy behind.
Bianca, 34, who is the daughter of iconic England midfielder Paul 'Gazza' Gascoigne, has revealed she will be alongside the footballing star.
Gazza represented England from 1988 to 1998, within which he was capped 57 times and scored ten goals across international tournaments.
The attacking midfielder helped England reach their fourth-place spot in the 1990 World Cup, as well as their semi-final place at Euro 96.
Posing in her white England shirt, which she sexily held up to show off her body, Bianca looked glamorous in a full face of make-up.
She exclusively told The Sun ahead of the game that she would be sitting down to watch tonight's historic action unfold with dad Paul.
"I have loved every minute of Euro 2020 – I have watched two games with my dad which has been super special," Bianca revealed.
"I was at Euro 1996 and we lost out in the semi finals so I am so happy we are in the final. After the last 16 months this is exactly what the country needed and has made us all happier and come together as a nation."
Adding that she "couldn't wait" for the England vs Italy clash, she concluded: "I think win or lose this is such a special moment for us all."
Bianca concluded that she would be "enjoying it with her family and friends" as she encouraged the England team: "We can do this!"
Paul, 54, revealed he was equally excited for the clash as he told The Sun earlier this month that the boys "could go all the way this time".
Back in the day, the Geordie smashed home an amazing volley against the “Auld Enemy” to seal a 2-0 win and send the Three Lions on a thrilling run to the semi final.
He believes that Gareth Southgate’s young squad can top that by winning the tournament as they appear more "powerful" than ever at Wembley.
"They look so strong and skilful and seem to be able to handle the pressure," he said of the current squad ahead of their nail-biting game.
England are on the verge of their most historic achievement in football since the 1966 World Cup as they take on Italy in the final.
The Three Lions have been brilliant all tournament, as have the Italians, with the game set to take place at Wembley Stadium tonight.
Reports suggest that manager Southgate, who took over at the end of 2016, WILL be knighted for his achievements, if England win Euro 2020.
As for the players, knighthoods are also possible… perhaps not for the whole squad, but definitely for the key players.
It's also been reported that government officials have discussed the possibility of calling an emergency bank holiday, but only tonight will we all find out what they have planned.
Boris Johnson said earlier this week that it would be 'tempting fate' to discuss it, but Labour leader Keir Starmer is all on board with the idea.
"The whole country is incredibly proud of what Gareth Southgate and our England heroes have achieved already. History has been made," he told the Mirror.
"If we win on Sunday, the country should get the chance to celebrate it properly with an extra bank holiday, granted in the name of the England team."
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