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Kaka Working Magic For Real Madrid

Posted by Kevin Walker Sunday, September 27, 2021

Real Madrid on Saturday added another to the win column with a 3-0 victory over recently promoted Tenerife, but the nicest piece of work on the day was the third goal by Ricky Kaka in open play.

Although a week prior Kaka had already scored for Real during the 2-0 win over Villarreal, that bludge in the netting was from the penalty spot while yesterday's finish really showed the fans up close and personal at Estadio Bernabéu the magic of Kaka all to familar to the San Siro crowd.

Madrid manager Pellegrini was quick to admit the match influence of Kaka, “It is not a mystery that Kaka changes the way that the side plays. We tried to remove him from the side because we have Champions League fixture in midweek, but we did not play well in the first half, however we played far better in the second period, we created space and had good chances. I am pleased with the win.”

Watch the following video highlights and see for yourselves the followup performance by Kaka. The Brazilian initially threads a top drawer pass to Frenchman Karim Benzema who in turn passes off to Raul who tries for goal but is denied. Kaka retrieving the ball sends his own rocket past the keeper and into the side-netting. Lovely curve on the ball Ricky.

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2 comments

  1. Forza Milan Said:
  2. Thanks for the chance to leave a comment here. Keep your performance Kaka, you are a great champion although you moved to EL Real but I am as a Milanisti will always remember you.

    And for the admin of this site allow me to put your link onto my blog, thank you and Good luck for you!

     
  3. Kevin Walker Said:
  4. Kind words Forza Milan and yes pleased do link to us, ciao

     

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