Footage has emerged of Elneny playing keepy-uppy with his Father and as you can see in the video below, Elneny's Father is actually very good and talented.
He's so good, in fact, that Arsenal and Egyptian fans have been making some jokes that he's got a better touch than many young players.
On Friday, Arsenal’s midfielder Mohamed Elneny showed his skills run in the family when he played a game of keepie-uppie with his father in Hurghada, Egypt.
Egyptian international player shared a video showing him and his father wearing Arsenal jerseys on the stunning beach.
The young player captioned it, “Father and son… who did it better?”
Responding to Elneny's post, Arsenal legend Ian Wright commented in Arabic, “Your father is better.”
In the video, the father-son duo is seen playing Two touches and kick-ups on the beach.
Also, the father is seen juggled the ball for some time in front of his son, taunting him by keeping possession.
Elneny was kicking back as he holidayed with his family at a resort in his home country.
It's worth mentioning that Keepie-uppie or kick-ups is the skill of juggling with an association football using feet, lower legs, knees, chest, shoulders, and head, without allowing the ball to hit the ground.
Watch him in action here: