See Hilarious Moment David Luiz Meet his look alike After Last Night’s Game***************”*************************


Anyone seeing double?! Chelsea defender David Luiz came up against his lookalike last night and it’s basically just the Spiderman meme all over again.
After the 5-3 aggregate win over Slavia Prague to send the Blues into the Europa League semi-finals and set up a showdown with Eintracht Frankfurt, the Brazilian swapped shirts with opposite defender and fellow ‘Sideshow Bob’ Alex Kral.
From behind it genuinely just looks like Luiz is congratulating himself, such is the uncanny resemblance between the fuzzy-haired pair.
Kral was then invited in to Chelsea’s dressing room after the game for a picture, with the two wearing one another’s shirts and posting it on their Instagram pages.
The resemblance between the two ‘twins’ is so uncanny that Chelsea would probably get away with sticking Kral in at centre-back. If Andre Marriner was the referee he definitely wouldn’t pick up on it.
One of our other favourite lookalike stories in recent times comprised of Liverpool fans thinking Adrien Rabiot was at Anfield for their win over Spurs.
The Frenchman has been linked with a number of Premier League sides, including Liverpool, and so naturally supporters got a little excited.
Despite the uncanny curly locks, sadly it wasn’t Rabiot. It was actually 21-year old Connor Deane, who follows the Reds home and away all over England and Europe.
He went viral as a result and Rabiot himself even got wind of it and reacted on social media.
Connor, a former Macclesfield Town Under 21 player, has had the Rabiot comparisons before by people he knows as well as some randoms.
But why then, was he wearing another club’s colours at the game? Well, there is an explanation for it.
“The cap situation is a Liverpool thing from the European away games we have done, mostly the young scouse lads,” Connor told
“It goes back quite a few years but every European away game we go we get the other club’s cap unless it’s United et cetera.”

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