Brothers Matthew and Sean Longstaff starred in Newcastle United's win over Manchester United last weekend, but they are not the first siblings to feature together in the Premier League. Here are 10 brothers who played for the same team in England, including some stars from the African continent!
Click through the gallery above to see 10 sets of brothers who have played for the same team in the Premier League, courtesy of Squawka.
Matthew Longstaff was the name on everybody's lips on Sunday, when he netted on debut to hand Newcastle a massive win over the Red Devils. The 19-year-old played alongside his brother Sean, who, ironically, is a long-time transfer target for United.
The Manchester club has fielded brothers of their own in the past. Former England internationals Gary and Phil Neville went on to become iconic figures at Old Trafford after coming through the academy, while Fabio and Rafael da Silva are among football's most famous twins.
A number of African siblings have also featured in the same team, the most famous of which are former Ivory Coast internationals Kolo and Yaya Toure, who were key players for Manchester City. Current Ghana internationals Andre and Jordan Ayew also donned the same jersey during their shared time at Swansea.
Bradley and Shaun Wright-Phillips are another of the Premier League's brotherly combinations – you can see the full list by clicking through the gallery above!
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