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Kaká lost and found in Tallinn

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Brazilian soccer star Kaká showed a poor positional sense rarely seen from him on the field by getting lost while walking around the Estonian capital Tallinn on Tuesday.

The Real Madrid player is currently on international duty with the Brazilian national team in Tallinn, where they will meet Estonia in a friendly match scheduled for tomorrow.

According to RIA-Novosti, the 27-year-old decided to take an early morning stroll around the city's old town on his own but soon found himself confused by the cobbled streets and winding lanes of the medieval Old Town.

After wandering around the streets of Tallinn for some time, Kaká, who was wearing Brazil's official tracksuit, was spotted by two police officers who kindly escorted him back to his hotel - in exchange for an autograph.

"It is my first time here and I am pleased to know another city and another country. This morning I went for a walk to the port to see some things," Kaká is quoted as saying by Brazilian web portal Folha Online.

"I even got to ride in a police car for the first time in my life."

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