England's sexiest fan has posted a cryptic 'revenge' message on her Instagram after Gareth Southgate's Three Lions stumbled to a 0-0 draw with the USA at the World Cup.
Both sides failed to score in the second game for England at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, watched by ex-glamour model Grace Teal in a pub in The Clumber Inn in Retford, a market town in Nottinghamshire.
The dark-haired beauty donned her England colours and was draped in a St George's flag as both sides saw out a stalemate in a somewhat drab affair.
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And after posting Three Lions-themed Instagram stories all night, Ms Teal changed her tone just minutes after the final whistle, uploading a cryptic message about "revenge".
"The best revenge is letting them see you level up," were the words on a graphic shared by the former model, who has turned her hand to presenting.
It is unclear what she is referring to exactly, but with Gareth Southgate's men to take on Wales in England's next group game, it wouldn't be a surprise if it was targeted at Gareth Bale and co.
It comes after the Daily Star exclusively revealed that she was coming out of retirement to support Gareth Southgate's side in the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
Ahead of the Three Lions' crunch clash with the USA she said: "Obviously I am really flattered by it and it is really nice to be called that (England's sexiest fan).
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"The World Cup is a great opportunity to get everyone together and celebrate."
However, Grace said there is a dark side to being in the limelight.
She said: "The trolling I've been on the end of makes my heart sink. It made me feel really upset. I went and stood in front of the mirror and thought: 'Do I really look like that?'
"I am quite insecure in a lot of ways, and I am successful in my own rights – people were saying that I am a gold digger, and I am cheap.
"I honestly think the reason why people do these things is they feel they can do it because they are sat behind their screens.
"If someone came up to you and started harassing you in that kind of way, it would be a criminal offence."
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