Zinedine Zidane's eldest son made his debut for Real Madrid Castilla on Sunday.
Enzo Zidane, 19, came off the bench in the final minutes of the Segunda B clash against Conquense as Los Blancos recorded a 2-1 win.
Despite playing for Spain under-15s, the midfielder has since chosen to represent France, and his father spoke of his delight at seeing his son receive a call-up to the nation's under-19 team earlier this year.
Zidane Snr was banned for three months from coaching Castilla in October for not possessing the necessary qualifications needed for the role.
However, the Spanish government's sports administration body has temporarily suspended the ban pending a Madrid appeal.
Enzo's younger brothers Luca, Theo and Eliaz are all members of Madrid's academy, and their father has talked up the talents of goalkeeper Luca in the past.