THIS LIVERPOOL cult hero looks completely unrecognisable from his playing days.
The 48-year-old has ditched the silky, long hair from his playing days for a shorter look with a bushy beard.
And the Czech, who made 196 appearances for Liverpool, has covered his arm with tattoos.
He won the FA Cup, League Cup and the Uefa Cup with Liverpool and scored 28 goals during his time on Merseyside.
The Sparta Prague academy product also played for the likes of Slavia Pargue, Borussia Dortmund, Portsmouth, Aston Villa and Stoke City.
So have you worked out who it is?
It's none other than Patrik Berger, who played for the Reds between 1996 and 2003.
Berger returned to his first club Sparta Prague to finish his playing career.
He also represented his country 42 times and had a prolific goal scoring record, netting 18.
Berger returned to Anfield in March to play in a legends charity match against Barcelona.
Unfortunately, he was unable to help Liverpool overcome Barca, losing the game 2-1.
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Icon Steven Gerrard got on the scoresheet from the penalty spot on his Anfield return.
The game gave Berger a chance to link up with fellow Czech ex-Reds Vladimir Smicer and Milan Baros.
On Instagram, he said: "Czech mates."
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