It looks like Gerard Piqué and Shakira's son, Milan, could easily follow in his father’s soccer ball-kicking footsteps.
After Piqué's team, FC Barcelona, won the La Liga title on Saturday, the couple watched their 2-year-old score his first goal at Barcelona's home stadium.
The Colombian singer caught the adorable moment at Camp Nou on camera, and posted the video on her Facebook account:
A day to celebrate and Milan's first goal at Camp Nou! / Un día de celebración! Y el primer gol de Milan en el Camp Nou!
Milan has been impressing the Internet pretty much since he was born with his clear affinity for drumming, his incredible ability to point out U.S. landmarks and the fact taht he’s been learning to read since before his first birthday.
Even Shakira has said she is continually impressed with Milan’s development.
"More so than one particular instance are probably all the little moments that we’ve spent on language together -- reading, learning to recognize numbers and letters," the singer told The Huffington Post last year. "I’ve been doing it with him since before he could sit up on his own and I’m continually astonished when I see that little spark of recognition in his eyes of understanding, even at such a young age. When he was finally able to verbalize the words he was recognizing around the 18-month mark, it was one of the greatest moments ever for us as parents."