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How Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi and Co will look with bushy beards and hair after months of coronavirus quarantine – The Sun

FOOTBALL is on total lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic – and it is not just fans that are going out of their minds with boredom.

And with so much time on their hands away in self-isolation, we got thinking about what would happen if certain stars opted to use it to test out a new bearded look – but be warned it gets a little hairy.

All of those so-called "Super Sundays" we scoffed at because Burnley were hosting Bournemouth.

Right now, to have that grace our screens would feel as exhilarating as Liverpool's 4-3 win over Newcastle in 1995-96 or Manchester United's 1999 Champions League final victory.

But spare a thought for the footballers too.

Not only are they not playing the games we'd love to watch, some aren't able to go to training.

Others aren't even allowed to leave the house, passing the time in a host of weird ways.

James Milner has organised his teabags and trimmed his grass with scissors, while others have taken part in the viral Stay At Home Challenge thread.

A vast number of stars – past and present – including Bruno Fernandes, Mason Mount and Steven Gerrard have all shown of their keepy-uppy skills with a loo roll.

But at some point, many will lose the will to keep their spirits up.

Like many of us across the nation, we'll let the stubble grow out and allow the suits to hang in the cupboard day-after-day as the trackies and hoodies get an extended run.

With that in mind, we've taken a look at how many of the world's top stars would look if they let their beards and hair grow out.

From Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi to Marouane Fellaini and Harry Kane, we've mocked up how the creme de la creme would look au naturel…










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