There is no better way to honour a sports legend than to erect a monument - a permanent tribute that captures their greatest moment or enduring impact.
Bobby Moore's monument outside Wembley Stadium is great, as is Sir Tom Finney's outside Deepdale in Preston, but it's far more hilarious when they're utterly crap.
Manchester City presented a new statue last week to commemorate Sergio Aguero and his 93rd-minute title-clinching goal against QPR in 2012. Fans were underwhelmed by the touching homage, considering the Argentine striker's early retirement last year.
Some felt it resembled Real Madrid player Toni Kroos, while others thought he was singing in the shower while cleaning his back with a loofah from certain angles. Despite the jokes, it's not a total ugly... in contrast to the others on this list.
Where to start? It resembles a bobble-head dashboard and a Diana Ross-inspired sponge.
Everything's absurd. Salah's head is 16 times larger than his body, and the sculptor gave him a huge Adam's apple.
Others believe he resembles Gail Platt or Dobby from Harry Potter. Which one does salah prefer.
This Gareth Bale sculpture, made for the 2017 Champions League final in Cardiff, looks eerily like Gerard Pique.
This Gareth Bale sculpture, made for the 2017 Champions League final in Cardiff, looks eerily like Barcelona's Gerard Pique at first inspection.
It looks a little like Bale, especially because it catches the expression of disinterest he's had while warming the bench for four seasons.
But if this was a GSCE art piece, no one would blink.
This Luis Suarez sculpture in Uruguay looks like it's set to be destroyed on Guy Fawkes' Night.
His 2D face and sparkling attire make him appear like a giant Suarez doll. Bad. This Luis Suarez statue in Uruguay looks like it's set to be destroyed on Guy Fawkes' Night.
His 2D face and sparkling attire make him appear like a giant Suarez doll. Horrible.