Jordan Larsson scored a beautiful header this afternoon that his dad Henrik would have been proud of.
The Helsingborgs striker actually plays for his dad at the Swedish club and has shown on numerous occasions before that he is talented.
This afternoon was no different as he got on the scoresheet in an Allsvenskan clash with Elfsborg.
Helsingborgs lost the game 4-2, but Larsson’s header gave another glimpse into what he can do and how he’s not too dissimilar to his dad, who had a legendary career in the game.
With the score level at 1-1 on the hour mark, the 19-year-old forward met a great cross in the box with a classic Larsson header:
Here’s another angle of it:
Think you’ve seen this before? Cast your mind back to Larsson scoring for Sweden against Bulgaria at Euro 2004:
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Like father like son.
Unfortunately for Jordan and his dad Henrik, Helsingborgs ended up on the losing side after losing three goals in the final 25 minutes.
The defeat leaves their side just two points above the relegation zone after 13 games.