Italy's most beautiful footballer stuns in wet T-shirt with team-mate before going for a run in tiny sports bra | The Sun

ITALIAN footballer Agata Centasso stunned in a wet T-shirt as she celebrated the upcoming season.

Centasso – who plays for Serie B side Venezia – has been dubbed Italy's most beautiful footballer.

And judging by her most recent Instagram post it is not hard to see why.

Centasso posed with team-mate in a wet T-shirt and was put through her paces during a run as she prepares for the new campaign.

She posted: "We are just about to start the new season, another training camp has just ended, the Championship starts in a week and I can't wait.

"Every year that passes I experience everything with a more intense flavour, aware that it cannot last forever.

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"And then I want to enjoy it fully. Every training session, every kilometer run, every drop of sweat, every tackle won, every goal conceded.

"Every joy, every pain. Every now and then I hope that all this desire to play passes away, I hope that something runs out.

"Every now and then I wish football would squeeze me like a lemon. Because I know that sooner or later it will have to end.

"But today I still feel so much to give. I want to play more now than when I started. And then I'm ready. Let's go!"

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Centasso balances her footballing commitments with her job as a support worker at a community centre for young people with special needs.

But after the online attention she has gained of late, Centasso sat down to speak to Italian outlet Gazzetta to discuss her career and Instagram game.

She said on the growth of her social media following: "I'm happy: I see it as an opportunity because it allows me to make my sport better known.

"I want to help increase the visibility of women's football."

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