Cristiano Ronaldo's son pictured during Portugal vs Croatia

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It must be brilliant being Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. The youngster gets to watch his dad - arguably the greatest footballer in world football - play week in, week out for both club and country. 

Alongside Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi, Ronaldo is comfortably the most compelling player on the planet. 

Is it even possible to lose interest in a game that Ronaldo is playing in? Well, we can now confirm that it is. 


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And that's thanks to his son, who was pictured watching Portugal's Euro 2016 Round of 16 showdown against Croatia on Saturday night. 

As you can see by the images below, he wasn't impressed as Ronaldo and co. played out comfortably the worst game of the prestigious tournament. 

Dire clash 

Indeed, in a tactically astute fixture, both Croatia and Portugal failed to truly stamp their mark on proceedings in Lens. Croatia were arguably the better team, but they ultimately paid the price for not taking their chances. 

With the contest heading to a penalty shootout, substitute Ricardo Quaresma struck the only goal of the game to send Portugal through to the quarter-finals of Euro 2016. 

Let's just hope their next fixture proves slightly more exciting. 

Anyway, we will leave you with this...

Can Portugal really win Euro 2016? Have your say below! 

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