Russia star Kokorin was offered ’16-hour sex marathon’ by porn star if he completed her Euros challenge – The Sun

A TOP porn star offered Russian footballer Aleksandr Kokorin 16 hours of sex… providing he scored two goals at Euro 2016.

Alina Eremenko, 26, better known by her nickname Hennesy, promised the unusual treat for the striker.



Hennesy initially said Kokorin would need to notch five goals in the Russian Premier League to score with her but then went on to lower the target to two at the Euros.

Kokorin, who played for FC Zenit Saint Petersburg at the time but now plies his trade at Fiorentina, only scored two league goals during the entire 2015/16 season.

And he could not live up to Hennesy's offer as he failed to score at the Euros in France.

Hennesy, who has won the porn industry's equivalent of an Oscar for her adult movie roles, had made the promise on a video during Russia's opening game of the tournament when they drew 1-1 with England.

Back in 2016, she said: "If he scores five goals, I promise him a 16-hour long night with me, so he can score for six hours straight."

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When he then managed just one goal in the final 10 games of the domestic season, she later reduced it to a brace of goals at the Euros.

But Kokorin did not find the back of the net once at the European Championships as Russia drew with England before losing to Slovakia and Wales.

Hennesy, from the city of Komsomolsk-on-Amur in far-eastern Russia's Khabarovsk Krai region, won an Adult Video News Award for Best Sex Scene in a Foreign-Shot Production in 2015.

Kokorin has gained 48 caps for Russia and was named in the Russian squads for Euro 2012 and the 2014 FIFA World Cup, as well as Euro 2016.

 



He has netted 12 goals for his country but only one has come at a major tournament – in a 1-1 draw with Algeria at the World Cup seven years ago.

After spells at Sochi and Sparta Moscow in the Russian Premier League he then joined Fiorentina in January of this year.

But he has been a bit-part player for the Serie A side, appearing just seven times in 12 months.

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