Rivaldo's still got it. His son has it too.
The 43-year-old Brazilian legend came out of retirement to help relegation-battling club Mogi Mirim, which he presides over, and found the scoresheet Tuesday in his second match back on the pitch.
So did his son, Rivaldo Jr., who goes by "Rivaldinho." Twice.
Rivaldinho even kissed his old man's boots after the latter converted from the penalty spot!
Mogi Mirim, in the second tier of Brazilian football, won the match 3-1 over Macae.
Rivaldo Blood 3, Macae 1.
They've won both matches since the elder Rivaldo returned.
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