Marouane Fellaini shows off portrait, but where is the trademark afro?
For the second time in recent memory, Marouane Fellaini has been immortalised in art form.
Back in August, a graffiti tribute to the Manchester United midfielder's infamous UEFA Super Cup gurn was spotted daubed in an underpass on the streets of Melbourne, Australia.
Several months on, Fellaini has once again found himself the subject of an artistic homage, though this time the portrayal is altogether more flattering.
Indeed, the United man shared a photo of his new black and white portrait on Instagram.
Fellaini took care to thank the artist responsible, Belgian painter Ben Vanderick, commending his fellow countryman on his "beautiful" work.
It's a shame Vanderick didn't have enough paint to include the iconic hair, really.
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