REAL MADRID bad boy Sergio Ramos has humorously shared a series of lookalikes on Twitter that include TV alien Alf and Amy from The Big Bang Theory.
The defender was originally inundated with requests to contact doppelganger Pablo Schreiber before he decided a make a collage of some of his favourites.
The Madrid captain wrote to the Canadian-American actor, best known for his roles on The Wire and Orange Is The New Black, to tell him his thoughts.
The 32-year-old tweeted: “@schreiber_pablo , how are you? I’m Sergio Ramos, a Spanish professional soccer player.
“I don’t know if you get it much, but I receive lots of messages every day telling me that we look like each other. What do you think? Nice to meet you, brother!”
Schreiber quickly responded: “Nice to meet you, Captain. I know exactly who you are.
“Since I started pretending to be a goblin, everyone thinks it’s you. If you ever get to Los Angeles, the drinks are on me.”
Ramos, who is known to pull bizarre stunts on social media, then posted a selection of his favourite lookalikes that fans have sent him to see whether people agreed.
Ramos the Chameleon
The uncanny resemblance in the series of pictures highlights Ramos’ ever-changing appearance during his 15 years as a professional, from different haircuts to tattoos.
In addition to Schreiber, the Madrid star also posted shots of him alongside Los Blancos team-mate Sami Khedira, DJ Calvin Harris and actress Mayim Bialik.
Ramos – who played in Spain’s Euro 2020 qualifiers against Norway and Malta – was surprisingly dubbed one of the nicest defenders in football by Josh King.
The defender, who has received a European record 25 red cards in his career, amazingly finished the clash against the Bournemouth star’s side without a booking.
King, 27, who converted a spot-kick six minutes before Ramos scored the winner, said: “I think that I did really well against one of the best centre-backs in the world.
“Ramos has a reputation of being dirty and rough, but I do not remember going up against a centre-back as nice as him.
“I have not seen all of his matches but I think that all of his challenges were clean and he seemed to me a very good sportsman.
“He won some duels and I won others, I think it was a good game.”
Ramos is a hated figure in Liverpool for cynically injuring Mo Salah in last season’s Champions League final in Kiev, for which Jurgen Klopp slammed his as a “wrestler”.
Ramos is La Liga’s most sent-off player with 20 red cards and officially the dirtiest player in Champions League history with 37 bookings.
He was charged by Uefa for deliberately earning a second yellow card in Real’s Champions League last-16 first-leg win at Ajax.