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Brazilian cult hero Hulk has emerged from lockdown sporting a brand-new look and fans aren't convinced he's the same person.
Hulk now plies his trade with Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG who have begun to return to training following football's suspension.
The 33-year-old's look has remained the same throughout his career but has returned rocking long, flowing hair alongside his muscular frame.
The hair makes him look eerily similar to Falcao, who struck fear into the heart of every central defender during his prime at Atletico Madrid.
Fans have reacted to the winger's latest trim (or lack of one) and are quite shocked.
He really transformed into Robert Trujillo pic.twitter.com/T5I9LMGBaL
- Muhammad Rezki (@ordainedsins) July 14, 2020
Dude lowkey looking like Falcao
- Benue Breed :snowflake: (@oyimzy) July 14, 2020
You're saying Hulk but I'm seeing strong Thor vibes here :sweat_smile:
- Marcin (@Cinkiewicz7) July 14, 2020
Hulk is best known for his rocket of a left foot and he was arguably one of the most desired players in the world at one point.
He has recently made the news for leaving his longtime wife to marry her niece, who is two years younger than him.
Hulk isn't the only football star to have a change up during the coronavirus pandemic - but the most shocking of all seems to be former Chelsea striker Mateja Kezman.
Kezman decided to hang up his boots in 2011, aged 33, after a brief spell with Hong Kong First Division side South China.
And now, after serving time as a director of football at Serbian side FK Vojvodina shortly after retirement, he is making moves in the world of football agency.
Kezman is probably best known for his below-par spell in the Premier League.
He joined the club in 2004 after scoring 105 goals in 122 games for PSV Eindhoven and, during a time when Jose Mourinho was bringing in a huge amount of talent, there was a real excitement in the air when Kezman arrived in a £5.3 million deal.
The Serbian striker would struggle to find his feet in West London, however, and would only spend a single season at the club after scoring seven goals in 41 appearances.
Featured Image Credit: PA Images & Hulk/Instagram
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