Champions League streaker shares Spurs star’s superb reaction in throwback snap

Champions League final streaker Kinsey Wolanski has posted a throwback photo showing the surprised reaction of Spurs star Harry Winks as she was led from the pitch.

In what was perhaps the most exciting moment of the entire 2019 final, Wolanski ran onto the Wanda Metropolitano playing surface wearing only a skimpy black swimsuit.

Stars from Liverpool and Tottenham didn’t know where to look – apart from midfielder Winks.

The 25-year-old couldn’t take his eyes off the blonde bombshell and was caught staring at her as she was escorted away by stewards.

Two years to the day since her infamous escapade, Wolanski posted a throwback photo on Instagram commemorating the moment.

Alongside the photo she wrote: “2 years ago today…..time flies when you’re having fun.”

The Champions League final stunt shot her to instant online fame and the 24-year-old model now boasts an incredible 3.7million followers on Instagram.

Speaking in an interview with Names Magazine, Wolanski revealed how that fateful moment in Madrid impacted on her career.

She said: "I definitely wasn’t prepared for what was to follow that game.

"But going into it I was excited to push things to the limit and see where it would go as I love living life to the fullest!

"I’m very thankful for that experience as it grew my platform that I now have to share and connect with a wider audience across the world."

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