Cristiano Jr is increasingly showing the prospect of becoming a football star.

In the video shared on social media recently, fans once again witnessed the footballing talent of Cristiano Jr. The boy CR7 passed the ball to the wall, stomped the bottom of his shoe, flipped his foot and hit his heel to change direction skillfully before hitting the net with a shot.

Cristiano Jr’s classy handling quickly received a rain of praise. Many people believe that the boy will follow in the footsteps of his father to become a football superstar in the future.

But in addition to compliments for Cristiano Jr’s impressive skills, some fans also realized that Ronaldo’s subsequent celebration was like recreating the “showing off six packs” of his father’s childhood.

Cristiano Jr’s shirtless and celebratory display seemed to copy the moment CR7 made a successful penalty in injury time, helping Real Madrid come back up to beat Juventus 4-3 in the quarter-finals of the Champions League 2017/2018.

“It’s true, like father, son. Going ball, scoring goals is class, even the celebration is the same. A bright future awaits Cristiano Jr,” an excited fan commented.

Cristiano Jr has now signed a contract with the Manchester United U12 team. Recently, the boy made a bold impression in a 4-0 victory over U12 Leeds United. Before joining the Red Devils youth team, Cristiano Jr also shone in the Juventus youth team shirt when contributing58 goals and 18 assists after only 28 appearances.

In September last year, Dolores Aveiro – Ronaldo’s mother – once asserted that her grandson Cristiano Jr is more talented than her superstar son at the same age.

Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. has completed a social media football skills challenge, one set by Iran Ferreira, showing off his excellent touch.

The youngster, who is currently 10 years old, also copied his father Cristiano Ronaldo’s celebration after his backheel touch and finish.

Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. and his dream of becoming a professional

While he is still very young, too young to know if he’ll make it as a professional or not, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. seems to want to follow in his father’s footsteps.

Yet, his father has said before that his son will need to adopt healthier habits.

“We’ll see if my son will become a great footballer, he’s not there yet,” Cristiano Ronaldo said at the Global Soccer Awards ceremony.

“Sometimes he drinks Coca-Cola and Fanta and eats crisps, and he knows I don’t like it.

“Sometimes I tell my son to take a dip in cold water to recover after a run on the treadmill and he says ‘Dad, it’s so cold there’. It’s normal, he’s 10 years old.”

By Lylla

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