WAYNE ROONEY shared an adorable video of his son Kai celebrating a late Derby County win from the stands.
The Manchester United legend and current Derby boss had the support of his 12-year-old son during their championship clash against Stoke on Thursday night.
With a score level of 1-1 with five minutes remaining, Colin Kazim-Richards drove home the late winner to wake up to wild scenes at the end of the derby.
And Rooney shared Kai On’s video Twitter Celebrating madness among ardent Derby supporters, proudly cheering his father on the final whistle.
Rooney shared the clip on Twitter, writing: “Thanks to all @dcfcofficial fans tonight, and more great support.
“Here’s my son Kai to his first game away. Let’s keep going #dcfc.”
Rooney is currently doing amazing work in the Derby, despite Rams’ A. getting hit with 21 point Cut to entering administration and early this season for further financial breaches.
Stoke’s win left a defense 11 points in their favor, with 22 games to go in the season.
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That means Rooney & Co. is looking to avoid the biggest deportation ever.
And Kai might have to start being known as Lucky Charm in every game.
It may be difficult though, as the youngster is cherishing his dreams of one day playing professionally for Manchester United, just as his father did.
Kai currently plays for Manchester United’s academy, signing his first contract in December of 2020.
And he’s apparently inherited the same football genes as his father, who scored Four Goal in a game earlier this year.
Kai is the oldest of Rooney’s four children with wife Colleen, with the couple also parents to Klay, eight, Kit, five, and three-year-old Cass.
Rooney shared a Christmas snap at their new £20million mansion earlier this week, with the family of six wearing matching pajamas.
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