Five years before Irina Shayk got cozy with Tom Brady in L.A. … she was desperate to see him lose in one of the biggest games of his career — cheering heavily for his Eagles opponents in Super Bowl LII.
The model showed up to the Feb. 4, 2018 Big Game at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota with her then-boyfriend Bradley Cooper — a die-hard Philadelphia sports fan — wearing a white Birds cap.
She was spotted rubbin’ elbows with fellow Eagles fans Miles Tellerand Keleigh Sperry on the field in the leadup to the contest … making it clear she was hoping Brady’s Patriots would take the L.
Of course, Tom and his New England squad did just that … falling to Nick Foles, 41-33.
It’s unclear if Shayk ever crossed paths with Brady before or after the game … but we know they eventually connected down the road — ’cause the ex-quarterback took her to his home for a night this past weekend.
Shayk was seen appearing to stay the evening at Brady’s place in L.A. on Friday … before the two put on some big PDA inside of a car later Saturday.
No word yet on if they’re officially an item or just having a fun fling … but one thing we know — as a retired man, there can’t be too many hard feelings if the Philly fandom is still ingrained in Shayk.
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