George Weah is one of the greatest players in the modern era and despite being retired for 13 years, he's given the beautiful game one last gift: a teenage prodigy.

Timothy Weah is the 15-year-old son of the 1995 FIFA World Player of the Year and Ballon d'Or winner and from brief glimpses, it looks like he has the potential to be (almost) as good as his father.

Learning his game at Paris Saint-Germain, young Weah recently stole headlines by scoring five goals in a whole game for the club's U17 side in a 13-0 thrashing of Shanghai Shenhua, including a beautifully improvised backheel.

George Weah won four trophies with PSG in the mid-90s.

The Liberian forward is widely recognised as the greatest African player of all time and enjoyed spells at PSG, Monaco, Milan and Chelsea.

Timothy Weah has a lot to live up to.

[via Bleacher Report]