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Theo Zidane scores incredible goal for Real Madrid U12's

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It seems that Zinedine Zidane may have enough talented sons to form a new team of his own. In recent months we've been treated to clips from Enzo Zidane scoring wonderful goals for Real Madrid's youth team, while Luca Zidane has earned a call-up for France's U17 team this week.

Now it's time for Theo Zidane to take centre-stage. The 12-year-old, who wears number 10 just like his Dad used to, was playing for Real Madrid's Academy side in their 10-2 win over Moratalaz recently when he produced a moment of real magic.

Talent

The talented youngster brought the ball down the ball in the box wonderfully, turned his marker inside out before curling his shot into the top corner of the net. His old man would have been proud of that one.

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Zidane is currently in charge of Real Madrid’s B team in the Spanish second division, having recently overturned a ban to stop him from coaching at the end of last year because of his lack of qualifications. 

Observer

The Frenchman will likely be a keen observer this weekend as Real Madrid take on Barcelona in a battle at the top of the table. Los Blancos sit just one point behind their Catalan rivals ahead of the showdown at the Nou Camp on Sunday.

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Check out the video of Theo Zidane (from 0.28s) below: 

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