Cristiano Ronaldo isn’t the only Portuguese player stealing the headlines at Juventus.

For the club’s Under-10s side, his son, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr is also netting many goals for the Bianconeri.

Following in his father’s footsteps, the 8-year-old has recently impressed with Juventus during a tournament held in Portugal.

Cristiano Ronaldo Jr impressing for Juventus’ Under 10s

MADRID, SPAIN – MAY 01: Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. shows off his skills with Enzo Gattuso Alves Vieira, the son of Marcelo after the UEFA Champions League Semi Final Second Leg match between Real Madrid and Bayern Muenchen at the Bernabeu on May 1, 2018 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

Ronaldo Jr moved to Turin when his father also made the switch from Real Madrid back in the summer.

His first appearance for the club saw him net four goals in a 7-0 win over Lucento.

The youngster is showing many promising signs of continuing his father’s legacy following his latest showing for the Italian club.

He recently featured in the International Maritimo Centenary Tournament held in his father’s home town of Madeira, Portugal.

Astonishingly, Ronaldo Jr netted seven goals in the first half of a game against Maritimo China, according to AS.

His side ended up winning the game 25-0.

In the second game, in front of his grandmother, he continued his fine record by netting five more goals against Camacha.

Upon arrival in Madeira, he and his teammates visited his father’s sculpture on display in the airport.

Champions League review: Juventus (2) 1-2 (3) AFC Ajax

For his Dad, it was disappointment last night as Juventus were eliminated from the Champions League.

AFC Ajax were once again hugely impressive as they netted twice at the Allianz Stadium.

Despite a goal from Ronaldo, the Dutch side responded twice with goals from Donny van der Beek and Matthijs de Ligt.


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