Monday 20 November 2017

We put Premier League footballers through the face-changing app the internet has gone bonkers for

By Edward Dracott

You may never have realised you need to see Marouane Fellaini as a woman – but now you know.

Faceapp is taking the internet by storm, so what better way to celebrate the technology than crudely shoving some famous footballing faces through it.

Here, we used the app’s clever filters to give some of the Premier League’s most famous heads a rather different look.

Wayne Rooney

Show us someone who doesn’t think the top right genuinely looks like a Euro 2004 Rooney and we’ll show you a liar.

Alexis Sanchez

Old man Sanchez in the bottom left has seen some things in Arsenal’s difficult season this year.

Jamie Vardy

It’s nice to put a smile back on Vardy’s face – especially after Leicester were knocked out from their valiant Champions League run to the quarter-finals.

Sadio Mane

Mane might be out with injury for the rest of the season for Liverpool, but at least he’s got more years in him than that bottom left photo…

Marouane Fellaini

Even the happy version of Fellaini seems to have sadness in his eyes.

Diego Costa

The baby face filter hasn’t gone well for Chelsea’s top scorer this season – let’s move on swiftly.

Harry Kane

Another top striker, this one from Spurs, looking like a figure skater as his female self.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Sorry to Ibrahimovic for choosing a less than attractive picture – it looks rather like his dentures are hurting in the bottom left…

Sergio Aguero

If you thought Aguero couldn’t look happier scoring for Manchester City – you were wrong.

Jermain Defoe

In case you wondered what the veteran striker would look like after a shave…

Peter Crouch

The size of those eyes on the bottom right. Crouch, you’re headed into modelling after the Prem mate.

Romelu Lukaku

Lukaku looks happy in all of his, and as the Premier League’s top scorer with 24 goals – he’s got every right to.

Ah to be alive in the 21st century…

Press Association

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