This is Robin Van Persie, the Manchester United and Netherlands striker.
This is Indian IT expert Ravi Visvesvaraya Prasad, from New Dehli, who happens to have the username @RVP.
As you might expect he gets confused for Van Persie quite a lot by fans who give him all sorts of online abuse.
No one wants to be called an "ABSALOUT DICK". But thankfully, Mr Prasad a) has a marvelous sense of humour b) knows enough about football to take the piss out of his haters and c) is wonderful.
He engages in some mild trolling of Manchester United fans.
He taunts the injury-prone Van Persie with his healthy legs.
He helps psyche out United's opposition.
@RVP's good-humoured responses has become a bit of a cult hero.
And there's no chance of him giving up his username - instead he's threatening to buy the REAL Van Persie's account.
He's not alone in being the figure of misguided internet football hate. Spare a thought for @Moysey, who is not hapless Manchester United boss David Moyes but marketing manager Sarah Moyes from Polmont, Scotland.
Or New York-based theatre director @AVB, AKA Ashley Van Buren, who is not former Chelsea and Tottenham manager André Villas-Boas.
Something magical happened in the history of People Everyone Mistakes As Famous Football People last night when ALL THREE OFFERED SUPPORT TO EACH OTHER.
@RVP has already suggested that @AVB produces a musical that tells the story of the mistaken identity club. That is something BuzzFeed would pay to see.