Central Park-Ji-sung, John Stones-henge - Your sporting landmarks

Wallabies

The iconic Sydney Opera House was turned green and gold on Friday in support of the Australia national rugby union team.

The Wallabies face New Zealand in Saturday's World Cup final.

In response, BBC Sport asked readers of Sportsday live - our rolling, text-based sports news service - to suggest other famous landmarks which could be given a sporting facelift.

The response was hilarious. Check out the memes which were created below.

The Kolo-sseum

Kolo Toure
Liverpool defender Kolo Toure inspired this Roman-inspired effort

Central Park Ji-sung

Park Ji-Sung
Manchester United fans loved midfielder Park Ji-sung - but was he good enough to have the world's most iconic park named in his honour?

John Stones-henge

John Stones
Everton defender John Stones was the star of this little play on words...

Michu Picchu

Michu
Swansea's forgotten man Michu emerged from the clouds at Machu Picchu

Big Ben-teke

Big Benteke
Liverpool striker Christian Benteke's face on a clock - what could go wrong?

Adrian's Wall

Adrian
West Ham goalkeeper Adrian's defences are hard to breach, rather like Hadrian's Wall once was

Footballer falls

Niagra Falls and certain footballers... can we say much more?
Niagra Falls and certain footballers... can we say much more?

Mount Ian Rush-more

Ex-Liverpool striker Ian Rush has his face immortalised in stone here...
Ex-Liverpool striker Ian Rush has his face immortalised in stone here...

And the place where all the stars hang out...

This sounds like a fun place to live - named after ex-Blackpool manager Ian Holloway, of course
This sounds like a fun place to live - named after ex-Blackpool manager Ian Holloway, of course

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