- Romeo Beckham got his career underway for Fort Lauderdale in the MLS One league in the United States
- The 19-year-old made his debut for the Inter Miami's Team B, a franchise co-owned by his father David
- The young lad who was substituted in the 79th minute as they settled for a 2-2 draw with Tormenta
David Beckham's first son Romeo is finally living the dream of his father after making his debut for Inter Miami's second team Fort Lauderdale, Goal.
The club owned by the legendary Man United legend fielded the 19-year-old after getting his first professional contract last month.
How Romeo's debut went
The teenager played 79 minutes in his sid's 2-2 draw in MLS One game played at the Tormenta at DRV PNK Stadium.
Romeo played on the right-wing just as his father did in his illustrious career for United, Real Madrid, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain.
Beckham only had 19 significant touches in the game and his best moment was linking up with Gary Neville's son, who set up another teammate before the ball went wide.
He was substituted 11 minutes from time as Tormenta were 2-1 up courtesy of goals from Mitchell Curry and George Acosta.
However, Inter Miami equalized later on to earn a draw but the result saw them slip to eight on the MLS One table.
After the game, the youngster went on social media to express his delight after making his professional debut.
He said on Instagram:
"Blessed to have made my pro debut tonight for @fortlauderdalecf. Full focus onto the next match,"
Solskjaer's reaction to West Ham penalty
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's antics on the sidelines has been compared with that of their former boss Jose Mourinho, Sport Bible, Man United.
The Norwegian manager was furious at the last-minute penalty decision awarded to West Ham by referee Martin Atkinson after Luke Shaw handled the ball inside the box.
Solskjaer smashed a water bottle on the ground to show his displeasure at the penalty decision made by the referee.
Pogba vs a West Ham fan
Legit.ng also reported that the high drama at the London Stadium when Man United ran away with a 2-1 win did not seem to go down well with some West Ham fans, Goal, Daily Mail.
David de Gea had saved a last-gasp penalty from Mark Noble for the Red Devils to secure all three points on Sunday's Premier League game.
But as players headed down the tunnel, one Hammer's fan used the 'f' word to insult Paul Pogba and the Frenchman in return opened his mouth without uttering a word.