A child dancing in the stands at Levante
(Image: La Casa del Fútbol)

VIDEO: Dancing child in stands at Levante

Joined by another boy doing The Floss.

El @BrunoMars del @LevanteUD #ElDíaDespués pic.twitter.com/tqRldDrtax

— Fútbol en Movistar+ (@MovistarFutbol) November 16, 2018

One young Levante fan couldn’t resist dancing in the stands at the Estadi Ciutat de València during his team’s 1-3 La Liga defeat to Real Sociedad before the international break.

Billed in the accompanying tweet as “the Bruno Mars of Levante”, the kid was joined by another boy doing ubiquitous Fortnite dance The Floss.

Surrounded by empty seats, the two youngsters had plenty of room to strut their stuff in what is becoming an increasingly familiar scene at football matches.

At one point they even link hands to dance, before going their separate ways again while an accompanying adult plays with her phone in the row behind them.

Centre-back Chema put las Granotas (the Frogs) ahead after just four minutes and they held onto the lead for most of the game.

However, Sociedad scored three late goals through Theo Hernández, Juanmi and Mikel Oyarzabal to move them up to 10th in the table, a point behind their hosts.