Ashton Agar and Adam Scott

Similar attractive faces and of the same nationality, sportsmen Ashton Agar (left) and Adam Scott (right) scream long-lost brothers!

The striking baby-faced Ashton Agar is an Australian spinner and a left-handed batsman. Agar, 19, made an impressive debut against England for the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge in 2013. Coming in at number 11 Agar smashed an astounding 98 when his team were stranded at 117 for 9, which is the highest score by a number 11 batsman in Tests. He also became the first Australian spinner in his teens to take a Test wicket.

Adam Scott is one of the world’s premier golfers and in 2013 became the first Australian to win the Masters Tournament. An active surfer, Scott turned pro in 2000, playing mainly on the PGA Tour. He was ranked the World number one from mid-May to August 2014. He has won 13 international and 11 PGA Tour.