The story of these two brothers is a shocking one. The two share the same father who is Ghanian. The two brothers however do not see eye to eye. Jerome Boateng who has played for teams like Manchester city and Bayern Munich chose to represent the German national team while Kevin Prince Boateng chose to play for Ghana.
The two recently won the second edition of the Nations League which was played in Italy. Lucas has played for like Atletico Madrid and is currently at Bayern Munich when Theo Hernandez plays for Italian Giants Ac Milan.
3. Thiago Alcantara and Rafinha.
These two brothers who also share the same father also chose to play for different countries, Thiago plays for the Spanish nation teams while Rafinha plays for Brazil. Thiago recently switched Bayern Munich for English giants Liverpool.
4. Eden Hazard and Thorgan Hazard.
Eden is the most famous of all the Hazard siblings. Eden is ho us a Chelsea legend currently plays for Real Madrid while his younger brother Thorgan Plays for Borrusia Dortmund. Both represent the Belgian national team.
5. Fabio and Rafael Da Silva.
The identical twins once both played for Manchester United where they curved out their names by winning multiple titles.
6. Andre and Jordan Ayew.
The Ayew brothers are perhaps the most famous African footballing brothers. The two represent their country Ghana.
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