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20/06/2013 04:49 BST | Updated 20/06/2013 06:57 BST

Henrik Larsson Makes Comeback To Play Alongside Son

Henrik Larsson jubilates following the first goal scored by his team Landskrona Bois in the Swedish second football league, superettan, in Landskrona, on April 10, 2010. Larsson, earlier playing for teams like Glasgow Celtics and Barcelona FC, coaches Landskrona Bois as from this season. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX BJORN LINDGREN (Photo credit should read BJORN LINDGREN/AFP/Getty Images)

Henrik Larsson was back on a football pitch for a brief comeback and predictably the name "Larsson" was on the scoresheet. But the goalscorer was his 15-year-old son Jordan.

"We didn't combine a whole lot but obviously I'm proud," Henrik Larsson told Expressen newspaper after seeing his son score in Hogaborg's 4-2 win over Tenhult in Sweden's fourth tier.

"It is of course a rare luxury to get to play with your son," added the Celtic legend.

Jordan has already been linked to Helsingborgs, the final club his father played at.

"It was great fun - maybe next time I can make an assist for him," Jordan added.

In 1996, Eidur Guðjohnsen and his father Arnór made in an international friendly for Iceland against Estonia in Tallinn. Arnór started the match and was replaced by his son in the second-half.