Ex-Ghana striker, Derek Asamoah, shared the same pitch with his teenage son after they both featured for Chestnut FC in their 3-0 win over Lowestoft in a historic father and son affair at the weekend.
The 39-year-old, who was capped four times by Ghana, played alongside Maleace Asamoah as they coasted to victory.
It was a rare occurrence for a proud father and son to share the pitch at the same time.
And the former Carlisle United favourite has expressed his delight at this historic feat.
He posted a picture of himself and his on Instagram and said:”#fatherandson making history ???????? What an amazing feeling.
“I’ve trained and watched you grow as a footballer…never in my wildest dream did I think we would be teammates and making history???????????? joining an elite group.
“Well done on your debut #onwardsandupwards.”
Asamoah enjoyed his best career at Carlisle between 2014-17 where he tallied 14 goals including a famous equalizer for United in their 1-1 stalemate against Liverpool in the FA Cup in 2015.
He joined the Isthmian League Premier Division side Cheshunt this year after ending his stay at Haringey Borough.