Well, football fans have been left talking about the 19 years old who is Bruno Fernandez's look alike. Mohamed Khalil Jendeoubi is a Tunisian teakwondo practitioner. The youngster has caught the attention of the world after he was spotted during the 2020 Summer Olympics which are currently going on in Tokyo, Japan. He has already won silver in the men's 58 kg taekwondo event. In 2018, Mohamed won bronze medal in the boy's 48 kg event that was held in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The teenager closely resembles Bruno Fernandez and someone who is not keen might not tell the difference between the two stars who are talented in different fields. However, the slight difference between the two is that Bruno Fernandez has a more built body compared to Mohamed Khalil. Well, their eyes, noses and hair are totally the same. However, the two are from two different continents. Bruno Fernandez is from Europe whereas Mohamed Khalil Jendeoubi is from Africa and specifically Tunisia. Below is a photo of the two;
Below are some of Mohamed Khalil photos:
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