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Jamie Vardy’s photos in the courtroom leave fans in the courtroom

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Fans left a picture of Jamie Vardy at the junction


Jamie VardyImages in the courtroom from the trial of “Rich Christie” left fans in their heads.

On Tuesday (May 17), the Leicester City hero visited the court to support the case of Rebecca Vardy’s libel against Colin Rooney. She is accused of leaking stories about Colin, but denies it. The 35-year-old Vardy was not present in the first five days of the trial, but appeared on the sixth day, scoring twice in a 5-1 win over Watford at the weekend.

As has been a feature of the trial so far, images of WAGs, Wayne Rooney and now Vardi was released. And fans were stunned by the artist’s interpretation of the 2015/16 Premier League winner, while on Twitter to mock the images spectacularly.

One fan remarked, “Jamie Vardy was very dirty.”

Another was forced to ask, “Do I even need to have a GCSE in the arts to get a job as a court sketchbook?”

A third added, “Why does it look like the moon?”

Who do you think Jamie Vardy’s image looks like? Let us know in comments section.

Fans left a picture of Jamie Vardy at the junction

The images saw a number of hilarious comparisons: one fan claimed to be reminiscent of German legend Miroslav Klose, and another published a photo of “Doctor Who” actor David Tennant. Others have compared Vardy’s portrayal to Aston Villa left-back Lucas Ding and even to Robbie Rothen from the hit children’s show The Lazy Town.

Fans compared him to Robbie Rothen of LazyTown
Fans compared him to Robbie Rothen of LazyTown

This follows Rooney’s own brilliant sketches last week, which saw him harshly compared to Mike Tyson and Abe Lincoln. Another Twitter user even insulted the Derby manager, saying his photo looked like “The Lord of the Rings”.

The trial continues.

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