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OnlyFans model Suzy Cortez has conjured up another new plan to help Paris Saint-Germain and Lionel Messi win more games in the new year.
Suzy, from Brazil, is well-known for her grand love of PSG superstar Messi, who she has supported for years on social media.
The model even has a tattoo of the forward on her back and regularly finds new ways of paying homage to the Argentine footballer while appealing to her fans.
And Cortez, winner of the Miss BumBum pageant, now has another new card up her sleeve in an attempt to attract success for both Messi and the Ligue 1 side.
She revealed that she will wear panties in the colours of the PSG flag in a stunning show of affection for the number-10.
Cortez said: “The panty colour wave to attract what you want in the year is great and that's why I decided to use one with the colours of the PSG flags.
“It's to bring luck and many victories next year.”
It follows Suzy's bold pledge last month that she would carry out an explicit nude shoot in front of the Stade de France if Messi won his seventh Ballon d’Or.
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She said: “My dream is to be able to get naked for Lionel Messi. He's everything to me.
“Nothing against Cristiano Ronaldo, but Messi is much better than him in the game and in everything I can imagine."
The Argentine was eventually crowned the winner of the prestigious prize for a record-extending seventh time, convincingly beating Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski to the award.
Meanwhile, five-time winner Ronaldo failed to finish in the top five, coming sixth behind Chelsea midfielders N’Golo Kante and Jorginho, as well as former teammate Karim Benzema.
- Lionel Messi
- Ligue 1
- PSG FC
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