Former Real Madrid striker Kaka retired from professional football last year after hanging up his boots towards the end of the MLS season. The Brazilian played for a number of high profile clubs during his illustrious career and he was part of the famous Brazilian side who won the World Cup back in 2002.
Kaka who retired from professional football last December put on his football shoes again as he was part of an exhibition match.
Ecuadorian club Barcelona de Guayaquil faced Sport Boys del Callao in an exhibition match in which Barcelona ran comfortable winners thanks to 2 goals from Ricardo Kaka and an amazingly impressive team performance which resulted in a 6-2 victory.
More than 60,000 fans turned up to see the Brazilian turn on the show and Kaka didn’t disappoint as he scored 2 goals on the fight.
Barcelona have a habit of presenting their squad with an exhibition in which they invite former football players as guests to feature in their squad.
Another Brazilian World Cup Winner Ronaldhino featured for them as a guest player in 2016 while Former Uruguay International Diego Forlan graced his presence in the Ecuadorian side last year.
Kaka was thankful for the amazing support he received from the Barcelona fans as he took to his twitter to thank them saying:
“What an unforgettable night! Thank You very much @BarcelonaSC and all the fans of Barcelona.”