Isabelle Goulart looks like a totally supportive fiancee as she cheers on German goalkeeper Kevin Trapp against Spain at the Qatar World Cup.
Isabelle Goulart looked every inch her supportive partner as she watched her fiance Kevin Trapp play in Qatar at the FIFA 2022 World Cup on Sunday.
The fashion model was beaming with pride as she watched Germany take on Spain, which resulted in a draw.
She showed off her impeccable style in a cream jumpsuit with a belt that cinched at her waist.
Support: Isabelle Goulart watched her fiance Kevin Trapp play in Qatar at the FIFA 2022 World Cup on Sunday and looked every inch his supportive partner.
Isabelle rocked a shimmery red crop top under the chic outfit and accessorised it with dazzling silver jewellery.
The star sported a bronzed makeup palette that emphasized her natural features with a swipe of bold red lipstick.
She swept her long brunette locks back into a high ponytail while posing for a selfie with the crowd.
Jezebel was seen in the stands as she shouted words of encouragement and took photographs of the pitch.
Smiling: The fashion model beamed with pride as she watched Germany take on Spain, resulting in a draw
Stylish: She flaunts her impeccable style in a cream jumpsuit with a cinched waist belt
very nice! Isabelle wore a shimmery red crop top under the chic ensemble and accessorised it with dazzling silver jewelery
Spain and Germany played out a 1-1 draw on a crucial night of World Cup action that left Group E on a knife edge.
Spain’s Álvaro Morata managed to score a goal for his side against keeper Kevin Pietersen as the two Group E teams battled it out.
Alvaro put Spain through to the last-16 after coming off the bench in the second half, but Germany responded with a late sub of their own, as Niklas Fulkrug grabbed a vital late equaliser.
From here though, the challenge should be straightforward for both teams. If Spain beat Japan, if Germany beat Costa Rica, both progress.
Strike a pose: She combed her long brunette locks back into a high ponytail while posing for a selfie with the crowd
Support: Jezebel was snapped in the stands shouting words of encouragement and taking pictures of the pitch
Germany will come in second but considering the mess Belgium made in Group F, that might not be a bad thing.
Spain could win the group and play Belgium, with Germany meeting Morocco or Croatia as runners-up. Luck is really lucky.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup began this week, November 20, and will go on till December 18 at the Al Bayt Stadium in Qatar.
It comes four years after the last FIFA World Cup, which was held in Russia and won by France.
TENSION: Spain and Germany played out a 1-1 draw on a crucial World Cup night, leaving Group E on a knife edge.