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 By Chris Wright

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang reveals outrageous glow-in-the-dark hair

As we've seen several times in the past, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang isn't exactly shy when it comes to expressing himself through his clothes and hair.

After all, this is the man who once took to the pitch wearing custom-made football boots encrusted with €3,000 worth of Swarovski crystals. And the Dortmund striker has once again pioneered a brave new look, this time taking to Instagram to reveal his new glow-in-the-dark hair.

 By Chris Wright

Strange tattoo tribute to Javier Mascherano's tackle on Arjen Robben

A young fan with an appreciation of Javier Mascherano's no-nonsense defensive approach has gone out and procured himself a permanent tribute to the Argentinian centre-back in the form of a slightly bizarre tattoo.

According to Mundo Deportivo, the fan in question met with his idol at Argentina's training centre to show off his new ink, with the pair posing for a photograph together.

The body art is a specific tribute to the goal-saving sliding tackle Mascherano made to deny Arjen Robben during the...

 By Chris Wright

Brazilian referee channels Paul Alcock in Luis Fabiano sending off

Luis Fabiano was on the wrong end of an odd red card this weekend, when the former Sevilla striker received his marching orders in the Campeonato Carioca.

Now playing for Vasco da Gama in his native Brazil, Fabiano was shown a second yellow card in the 54th minute of his side's 2-2 draw against Flamengo for "butting heads" with the referee.

One look at the video and you'll see why we chose to use inverted commas there.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Odd statue of Arsenal and Chile star Alexis Sanchez is unveiled

Alexis Sanchez
Alexis Sanchez's statue display is repainted after the Colo Colo badge was vandalised.

Alexis Sanchez had a disappointing evening on Thursday as Chile lost to Argentina in a World Cup qualifier, but he had far more to cheer about on Saturday.

The Arsenal forward visited his home city of Tocopilla to unveil a statue, created by Marco Vergara, that has been erected in his honour.

It's not your usual statue, however, with Sanchez in full Chile kit and looking more like a life-sized cartoon -- complete with Hollywood Walk of Fame-esque handprints and footprints.

 By Chris Wright

Snow joke as blizzard stops Fram and Breidablik in Icelandic League Cup

The Icelandic League Cup match between Fram and Breidablik had to be abandoned in the latter stages after the pitch was engulfed by an enormous blizzard.

According to the match report filed on the Breidablik club website, the weather in the first half was "reasonable" for Grafarholt (the suburb of Reykjavik in which the game was being played) at this time of year.

However, things soon took a turn for the worse after the restart, with the visitors sharing a video of their substitutes desperately huddling...

Alexis Sanchez's temper tantrum fuels Chile transfer jokes

Argentina pushed Chile out of the top five in CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying thanks to a Lionel Messi penalty kick.

 Arsenal fans have poked fun at Alexis Sanchez's latest temper tantrum by saying he could be ready to switch national teams.

Sanchez's angry outbursts after Arsenal losses this season have fuelled speculation he wants to leave the club this summer after getting fed up with their struggles. So after seeing a similar tantrum when his beloved Chile lost 1-0 to Argentina in a World Cup qualifier, social media analysts were quick to point out what it all means.