Zinedine Zidane is one of the greatest soccer players of all-time. Although he may be known most in the United States for his head-butt in the 2006 World Cup final, Zidane's legacy in Europe includes three FIFA World Player of the Year Awards, one Ballon d'Or, a 1998 World Cup title and a 2006 World Cup Golden Ball for best player.
Zidane, 44, is currently in his first season as manager of Real Madrid. On Wednesday, he personally passed on the family torch, sending on his son, Enzo, as a second half sub. Enzo, who uses his mother's last name, Fernández, but is more commonly known mononymously as Enzo, has played the past two years for the Real Madrid B and C squads. His substitution was his first-team debut.
And he came through. Enzo scored in his 18th minute on the field, adding to Real Madrid's lead in the Copa Del Rey fourth round match against Cultural Leonesa.
— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadriden) November 30, 2016
Not bad for the coach's son first match. And Real Madrid won, 6-1.