Alan Shearer and Roberto Martinez attracted the attention of fans during Amazon Prime’s coverage of Arsenal’s match against Luton, with the pundits earning comparisons to Man United boss Erik ten Hag.
Newcastle legend Shearer and Portugal boss Roberto Martinez joined Thierry Henry on the punditry team for Arsenal’s 4-3 win on Tuesday night.
Fans were quick to comment when Shearer and Martinez were pictured wearing the same suit on the coverage.
One fan joked that Gunners legend Henry must have jokingly agreed to wear the same outfit before opting to wear a black suit and brown jumper.
Another commented that the trio of pundits bore a resemblance to Man United’s manager, posting ‘It’s Ten Han fancy dress’.
Fans were quick to comment on Alan Shearer and Roberto Martinez’s style on Tuesday night
One fan jokingly suggested the Amazon pundits resembled Man United boss Erik ten Hag
Ten Hag has adopted a similar style on the touchline during his time as Red Devils boss
Shearer, right, will be among the pundits covering Man United’s crunch match against Chelsea
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The post appeared to draw attention to a likeness between the trio of pundits in the studio and the bald Dutch manager.
Ten Hag has previously been seen wearing a similar style on the touchline during his time as Red Devils boss, having worn tailored suits and waistcoats on the touchline.
The 53-year-old has been forced to ditch the look in favour of a coat in recent matches, with the winter months seeing the return of the Dutchman’s flat caps.
None of Amazon Prime’s punditry team adopted the flat cap look when they were pictured on the pitch ahead of kick-off at Kenilworth Road.
Ten Hag’s side will be in action on Wednesday in a crunch match against Chelsea on Amazon Prime, with Shearer set to be present at Old Trafford.
Shearer will be joined by host Gabby Logan and fellow pundits Patrice Evra and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
Man United will be hoping to ease the pressure on Ten Hag by seeing off the Blues, after a 1-0 loss at Newcastle left the Red Devils seventh in the Premier League.
The Man United boss has hit back at reports that that United players had begun turning against him, with the club banning four media outlets from his press conference as a consequence.