New Real Madrid megastar, Kaka has kicked-off off his post-AC
The €67 million man was also voted the best player of the tournament ahead of top scorer, Luis Fabiano and Clint Dempsey and he hopes that this is just the beginning of another illustrious chapter to his footballing life.
“I’ve already started to win as a Real Madrid player,” he told reporters during the post-match banter, “but I will talk more about
“I am very happy to have played my part for the team in the final of this competition. It’s because
“Now, I hope that I can continue in the same manner in the new phase of my career,” he added.
Kaka could have capped off an even more remarkable evening had his 60th minute goal, when
“I don’t know if anyone saw the television replays because I don’t know if the ball crossed the line or not,” he said.
“It would have been fantastic to score a legal goal. These are aspects that FIFA can check and improve on. It would have been important for me to have scored this goal.”
The 27-year-old now joins fellow Brazilians, Adriano (Germany 2005), Ronaldinho (
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