Rihanna enjoyed watching Germany win the World Cup more than anyone else did: Singer flashes during game
The singer had the time of her life at football's grandest final
One spectator in the crowd at the Maracana followed every kick of the ball, tweeted their analysis of the final more than Gary Lineker or Stan Collymore, and in the end lifted up their shirt like Fabrizio Ravanelli celebrating one of his best goals.
This spectator also happened to be the world's No 1 pop star, Rihanna.
The Bajan singer, 26, seemingly had the time of her life during the World Cup final, celebrating more at the final whistle than she did during any of her seven Grammy Award wins, filling up her Twitter timeline with all of the key developments from the game which Germany won 1-0 against Argentina thanks to Mario Götze's extra-time strike.
With a gap in the punditry market now Alan Hansen has retired, Rihanna gave her views on the "sick" Argentina counter-attack, plus Germany midfielder Thomas Muller, who is "always in the right position".
The "We Found Love", or should that now be "We Found Löw", star concluded by writing that being at the final was "the most epic experience of my entire life".
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Mueller is always in the right position!Rihanna (@rihanna) July 13, 2014
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