Cristiano Jr. has certainly had a week to remember.
And one that his dad will be happy to proudly recall.
This weekend we learned via Instagram that seven-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. has top scored at his school.
The youngster was pictured holding a cup and a trophy to share the moment with millions worldwide.
His famous dad, who has slammed in 424 goals for Real Madrid, wrote: “Congratulations, son.”
Friends joked “better than father” and “that’s how a monster was born”.
And that’s not all.
Earlier in the week Cristiano Jr. produced a stunning overhead kick of his own to match Ronaldo’s spectacular strike past Juventus keeper Gianluigi Buffon last week.
Not only that the kid proved he is pretty mean at taking free kicks, too.
The seven-year-old produced his ‘worldy’ overhead kick at the end of the La Liga derby showdown between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid on Sunday.
The match at the Bernabeu ended in a 1-1 draw, with Ronaldo, 33, opening the scoring for Real with a volley in the 53rd minute.
That came before his dramatic 97th penalty winner that gave Real victory over Juventus in their Champions League quarter-final showdown.
And if Cristiano Jr’s pose and run up at free kicks is anything to go by, he’ll soon be mastering the technique perfected by the great man himself.
No kidding… his pre-kick routine is spot on in adopting the same stance and pose as he strikes for goal.
There is no doubt about it – as far as the Ronaldos are concerned they are like peas in a pod…