Cristiano Ronaldo Jnr showed he has clearly inherited his father’s ball skills with a virtuoso display of dribbling at the Bernabeu.
As Real Madrid continued their long day of Champions League celebrations at their home stadium, some of the stars’ kids were allowed their moment on the hallowed Bernabeu turf.
And Ronaldo Jnr in particular seized his time in the limelight spectacularly as a fan captured the six-year-old in action in a video posted on Twitter.
Ronaldo Jnr messes around with Marcelo’s son as they celebrated on Sunday evening
Marcelo’s son Enzo Alves Vieira saunters away from Ronaldo Jnr as Ronaldo Snr looks on
Ronaldo Jnr was pictured up against Marcelo’s son Enzo Alves Vieira as the players’ kids took in the party atmosphere at the Bernabeu.
Marcelo’s younger son Liam was also present at the Bernabeu as he was hoisted up by the Brazilian defender to join in the celebrations.
And Real skipper Sergio Ramos maintained the family feel by carrying his three-year-old son, Rubio, with him as he walked out onto the pitch.
Real were back in the Bernabeu to toast winning their 12th European Cup/Champions League – which has been dubbed ‘La Duodecima’ by the club.
They arrived back from Cardiff to a hero’s welcome on Sunday as they were greeted at the Madrid town hall by the city’s mayor and regional government president.
Zinedine Zidane’s squad then took to the streets in an open-top bus parade around the Spanish capital as thousands of fans gathered to celebrate with their team.
Sergio Ramos holds his son Sergio Ramos Rubio aloft as they soak in the party atmosphere
Ronaldo posted this photo of himself smiling with his son after the celebrations died down
The victorious players were treated to a spectacular fireworks display later on at a packed Bernabeu as they toasted Real’s Champions League and La Liga double.
The Portuguese superstar later took to Instagram to post a photo of him and his son smiling together with the caption ‘My man’.
Ronaldo scored twice in the 4-1 victory against Juventus to become the first player ever to score in three separate Champions League finals.