- A social media video compilation has shown some interesting similarities between Chelsea's defender Reece James and his younger sister Lauren James
- In the video, one can see how Lauren shields and dribbled the ball past her opponents in a complete replica of her brother's style
- Lauren plays for Chelsea women under Emma Hayes, where she won the Women's Super League title last season
Reece James and his sister Lauren James recently made history as the first sister and brother to appear for the England men's and women's national teams.
Reece has been a member of Gareth Southgate's squad since 2020 after shining under Frank Lampard. Lauren made her debut this year in a match against Austria in a World Cup qualification match.
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Lauren moved from Manchester United women last summer to Chelsea, where she has since been handed the number 10 jersey by Emma Hayes.
While Reece is a right-back, probably the best in the world at the moment, Lauren is an offensive player, often playing as a winger.
A video compilation by a Twitter user, @TF190512, shows striking similarities between the two siblings in their style of play.
Reece's physicality is one of his biggest strongholds as he uses it to brush off opponents. The same can be said about Lauren, who is not afraid to throw herself at opponents as she shields the ball.
Reece James signed a long-term deal at Chelsea that saw him become the club's best-ever paid defender
Sports Brief had earlier reported that Chelsea star Reece James has committed his long-term future with the Blues after the English wingback penned a new five-year contract, with the option of an extra one.
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Talks over a contract renewal have been ongoing for weeks now, with the fresh development ending speculations on a possible exit.
The new deal will see the 22-year-old pocket a massive £ 250,000 a week, making him the highest-paid defender in the history of Chelsea.