Rivaldo: World Cup winner and son score in same Brazilian match
It was a case of like father, like son when World Cup winner Rivaldo and his son Rivaldinho both scored in a Brazilian second division match.
Rivaldo was involved in all three Mogi Mirim goals as they beat Macae 3-1, his pass leading to his 20-year-old son's headed goal after three minutes.
Former Barcelona and AC Milan forward Rivaldo, who won the 2002 World Cup with Brazil, later scored a penalty.
The 43-year-old retired in March 2014, but decided to return this month.
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In English football, European Cup winner Ian Bowyer and son Gary played together for Hereford United, while ex-Manchester City forward Alec Herd featured alongside son David - who went on to play for Manchester United - for Stockport County in the 1950s.
In 1996, Eidur Gudjohnsen, then 17, came on as substitute for 34-year-old father Arnor during Iceland's 3-0 win over Estonia. The duo never played together in a professional match.