BBC presenter Alex Scott looks stunning as she bares midriff at EA Sports event alongside Ronaldinho, Figo and Haaland | The Sun

ALEX SCOTT stole the show while at an EA Sports FC event.

The launch saw Scott joined by other football legends such as Luis Figo, Ronaldinho and Didier Drogba, as well as Manchester City striker Erling Haaland – who was seen in a pair of green "pyjamas".

Scott donned blue jeans and a green and white Tommy Hilfiger top that showed off her toned midriff as she took to the stage with her fellow footie icons.

The 38-year-old, who also took the chance to lift the Women's Champions League trophy, captioned her post: "Game recognising Game 🤝🏾: EA Sports it’s (I’m) in the game…

"Can’t wait to share some more exciting news very soon 👀."

Reacting to her post, one fan said: "Legend on and off the pitch."


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A second typed: "The skys is the limit. 🙌❤️🙌."

Many other fans responded with fire and heart emojis.

Another fan speculated the "exciting news" Scott referred to could in fact be a legends mode within the game.

Images from the event show the BBC presenter will once again be part of the games' broadcasting team and will also be joining the list of Icons (stars who have retired) in the game after appearing on the Ultimate Edition cover.

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The former Arsenal and England star made history on FIFA 22 by becoming the first woman in the popular video games broadcaster team.

It comes as the long-running FIFA game series rebrands itself to EA Sports FC 24.

The rebrand follows a dispute over the use of the Fifa name – with Fifa reportedly wanting $1billion (£850million) for continued branding in EA Sports' games.

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