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Zinedine Zidane's son puts in superb performance in Real Madrid win

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Zinedine Zidane is one of the most iconic and memorable players to have graced the modern game - and it looks as though his legacy is set to continue through his son, Luca Zidane.

We've seen plenty of Enzo Zidane over the past few months or so - it surely won't be too long before he's close to a first team debut at Real Madrid, but it is his other son, Luca who is causing a stir.

While his father was known for scoring spectacular goals, Luca will look to build his career on stopping them.

Playing in goal for Real Madrid's youth team in a recent 1-0 friendly win against Manchester City in Doha, the young Zidane pulled off a string of impressive saves to earn the man of the match award.

Iker Casillas will be even more fearful of his spot in the first team squad from now on….

Check out his stellar performance above, and remember the name!

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