Playboy model and Chelsea super fan shares Brighton heartbreak with 1m followers

Playboy model and Chelsea super fan Maria Liman was left gutted after watching her side concede a stoppage-time equaliser against Brighton.

The 27-year-old Russian was in attendance for the Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge and documented her Wednesday evening on social media for her 1.2m followers.

She was in good spirits before kick-off and uploaded a video of her dancing around in a blue cheerleader outfit before blowing a kiss to the camera.

Romelu Lukaku's opener for the Blues had her joining in with the crowd's chants – but when Danny Welbeck levelled for the visitors, Liman's mood soon changed.

She posted a video of the scoreboard and the Brighton players celebrating with a crying emoji added to sum up her emotions.

It meant her beloved Chelsea dropped more points in the title race, with three draws in their last four league games leaving them eight points adrift of leaders Manchester City.

Liman, who modelled for her country during the 2018 World Cup, is often seen sharing her love for Thomas Tuchel's side and moved to London in 2019.

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Aside from uploading scantily dressed images this year, she has publicly wished her compatriot and Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich a happy birthday.

And she is so dedicated to the club that she even decorated her Porsche in their colours.

"In support of my favourite team, now my blue car is decorated by a powerful lion with a cane," Liman explained of the Blues badge emblazoned on the bonnet.

The 1-1 draw with the Seagulls was not her first trip to Stamford Bridge this season either.

She watched on from the stands for the 4-0 demolition on Juventus in the Champions League group stage in November.

Of course, Liman was kitted out in another blue outfit which included a pair of pants which she had her followers choose for her.

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