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Cristiano Ronaldo shares video of son scoring two goals for Juventus under-9s

Cristiano Ronaldo's son could be set to continue his legacy for years at Juventus, judging by a Twitter video of one of the club's youth sides.

In a video posted on Ronaldo Sr.'s social media, Ronaldo Jr. is seen in action for the Juventus under-9 team who he joined following his father's move from Real Madrid in the summer.

The youngster scored four times on his first appearance for the Old Lady's youth side in September.

And he is showing no signs of slowing down ... at least if this latest clip is anything to go by.

In the 16-second clip he is first seen on the right wing, beating a defender before dribbling into the penalty area and rounding the goalkeeper before scoring from close range.

Then he is spotted striding forward and scoring from the edge of the area to cap an impressive showreel that has already been viewed over three million times.

Your move, Cristiano.

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