Enzo Vieira, eight, represents Real at youth level but on this occasion he was in the first-team dressing room and took the opportunity to play a game of head tennis with the squad.
Vieira certainly didn’t disappoint as he exchanged passes with a host of big-name players, including Luka Modric, Marco Asensio and Marcelo himself.
Marcelo’s son Enzo Vieira took part in a game of head tennis in the club’s dressing room
The eight-year-old showed impressive technique as he exchanged passes with the Real stars
Marcelo headed the ball back to his son during the impressive sequence
Finally, club captain Sergio Ramos headed the ball to Vieira, who managed to direct the ball into a bin to complete the challenge.
That led to him being mobbed by the jubilant Real players, who celebrated wildly.
Vieira looks to have inherited his father’s technical ability, while he scored a hat-trick on his debut for Real’s Benjamin B team last year.
Enzo Vieira continued to work his way around the Real Madrid dressing room
After receiving the ball from Sergio Ramos, Vieira eventually headed the ball into the bin
Vieira’s achievement sparked jubilant celebrations among the Real players
The youngster, who plays for Real at youth level, was lifted aloft by the players
With the same hairstyle as Marcelo, Vieira certainly stands out and it will be interesting to see whether he could eventually go on to play at the highest level.
For now, though, the youngster is simply enjoying being able to spend time with some of the best players in world football.
Vieira will be watching on when his father represents Real against Liverpool in the Champions League final on May 26.
Marcelo has made 480 appearances during his Real career and has won an array of trophies, including three Champions Leagues.