Cristiano Ronaldo Jr Follows His Superstar Father's Footsteps; Scores Two Stunning Goals for Juventus Youth Team (Watch Video)
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Cristiano Ronaldo Junior has time and again proven that he is growing up to be as a good footballer and is following his father’s footsteps. After Cristiano Ronaldo shifted to Juventus earlier this year, the kiddo also followed his father and entered the Juventus Youth team and started training there. In his debut match, the kiddo scored four goals and now, continues to be in the headline for his performance. In a video shared by CR7, his son Cristiano Ronaldo Junior was seen scoring a couple of goals for the Juventus Youth Team. With this, the team won 7-1 over Lucento. Cristiano Ronaldo Jr Joins U9 Juventus Training Academy (See Pics)

Like a proud father, CR7 shared the clip of these goals on his social media page. The kid who generally wears 11 number jersey, was seen sporting number 7 shirt. In the video we see his teammates shouting out, “Chris,” for a pass. But the kid seems unperturbed and strikes an amazing one into the goal post. Watch out the video:

 

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This is not the first time that CR7 Junior has shown his football skills. Prior to the 2018 FIFA World Cup, during one of the friendly matches, he was seen hitting the ball to the goal post and CR7 could not stop smiling from ear-to-ear. The clip was shared on the official age of Portugal and was captioned, “The final whistle doesn't mean the show is over. Cristiano and his son, it's clear the apple doesn't fall far from the tree! #ConquerYourDream.”

Prior to this, junior Ronaldo scored four goals in his debut and outshone his father and this resulted into the Juventus Youth team winning against Lucento by 5-1. While speaking about his son to a news channel, CR7 said, “He says he is going to be better [than me], but I think it's difficult. I am very happy to have scored, for him too. He is playing for Juventus and adapting really well - it has been easier for him than for me.”