1. George and Timothy Weah:
Former AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea star George Weah represented Liberia at international level, scoring 18 times in 75 appearances.
His son Timothy Weah represents the United States of America at International level and has made over 20 appearances, featuring at the 2022 World Cup tournament in Qatar where he scored a goal.
2. Roger and Romelu Lukaku:
Roger Lukaku represented Zaire at international level and played at the Africa Cup of Nations. His son Romelu Lukaku who has played for the likes of Everton, Chelsea, Manchester United and Inter Milan, represents Belgium at international level.
3. Souleymane and Leroy Sane:
Souleymane Sane represented Senegal at international level during his playing days while his son Leroy Sane plays for Germany at international level.
4. Mike and Divorck Origi:
A striker, Mike Okoth Origi represented Kenya at international level, playing a total of 48 games and scoring 17 times. His son Divorck Origi represents Belgium at international level and has made over 30 appearances so far.
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