One of Manchester United legend David Beckham's sons made his professional debut on the weekend.
According to the Daily Mail, Romeo Beckham made his first-ever appearance in professional football on Sunday, when Fort Lauderdale took on South Georgia Tormenta in the US' third tier of football.
Fort Lauderdale is the reserve team for Inter Miami, the new MLS franchise that ex-United and Real Madrid midfielder David Beckham co-owns.
Romeo, 19, joined his new team earlier this month and his first appearance for the side came in a 2-2 home draw at the weekend, a game in which ex-Red Devils star Phil Neville's son Harvey also played in.
Beckham's teenager is believed to have started the game on the right side of midfield, the same position his dad famously occupied during his illustrious career, and was substituted after 79 minutes.
It is claimed the 19-year-old showed some "flashes of brilliance" throughout the match, despite not playing a hand in either of his team's two goals, per the Mail.
Romeo was on Arsenal's books, along with his brothers Brooklyn and Cruz, when he was younger, but left the English giants' academy six years ago.
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