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Video: Zidane's son scores stunner for Real Madrid

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Enzo Fernandez, son of Real Madrid legend Zinedine Zidane, has shown he has learnt a thing or two from his famous father after netting a screamer for Los Blancos' youth team against their Atletico Madrid counterparts.

The Real Madrid youngster goes by the surname of his mother in the hope of deflecting attention from being the progeny of Zidane, but will struggle to do so if he continues to score goals as spectacular as the one against Atletico.

Enzo slammed into the roof of the net from 30-yards in a 5-2 win for Real Madrid and and could now perhaps be provided further opportunities to train alongside some of the stars of Jose Mourinho's first team.

The 17-year-old has trained with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Kaka in the past, and Real Madrid supporters will continue to keep a close eye on the progress of the 'new Zidane'.

Watch the goal in the video below...




 

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