Doppelgangers

Separated at birth

Steve Smith and Andrei Arshavin


Yet another entry in our rogues' gallery of cricketers who are footballers by night.

Nominated by Prashant Chaturvedi and Shamit Gandhi, India. Think a cricketer looks like a famous (non-cricket) person? Send in your Doppelgangers nominations using the feedback link below. Just let us know the names; we'll dig out the pictures. No repeats please.
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