Kaká scores Golazo for first goal since Milan return | inside World Soccer

Kaká scored a sensational goal on what was his return to the San Siro, but AC Milan couldn't hold out for all three points against Lazio on Wednesday.

Kaká celebrates with AC Milan teammates after scoring the opening goal against Lazio
Kaká celebrates with AC Milan teammates after scoring the opening goal against Lazio

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The 31-year-old was given just his second league start of the season as Massimiliano Allegri made four changes from Sunday's 3-2 defeat at Parma.

Nine minutes into the second half, Kaká rolled back the clock with a stunning curling shot to put the Rossoneri ahead.

Receiving a short pass from Mario Balotelli on the edge of the area, the Brazilian unleashed a sumptuous curling effort beyond a helpless Federico Marchetti and into the top corner.

It was Kaká's first goal since returning to his beloved Milan from a disastrous spell at Real Madrid.

However, the goal was not enough to win the match as Michaël Ciani equalised with 18 minutes to go.

"It was a wonderful goal. I'm happy to have scored again at the San Siro," Kaká told Sky Sport Italia.

"I am pleased with the goal but disappointed with the result."

He added: "I've had some difficult moments in my career.

"For me it's great to be enjoying playing football again.

"I thank Milan and the Rossoneri fans for this second chance."


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