Brazilian World Cup winner Kaka rolled back the years to lead the MLS All-Stars to a win over English side Tottenham Hotspur in a friendly. DENVER: Brazilian star Kaka scored one goal and set up another as the Major League Soccer All-Stars edged Tottenham 2-1 Wednesday in an international friendly featuring the North American league’s elite talents. The MLS team improved to 5-3 in All-Star Games against English Premier League teams. Since the MLS squad began facing European clubs at the All-Star Game in 2005, the North Americans are 7-4, including a 2-1 win over Bayern Munich last year. “We played an amazing game,” Kaka said. “Everyone will see in the news that the MLS team beat a very important team.” Former FIFA world footballer of the year Kaka, who plays for Orlando, opened the scoring from the spot in the 20th minute, converting after Nacer Chadli was whistled for handball. The All-Stars struck again in the 23rd minute with captain Kaka crossing for New York City’s former Spain and Barcelona star David Villa to finish emphatically. Kaka was named the All-Star Game’s Most Valuable Player, an award he called “much more than I expected.” “I’m so happy for this… Read full this story
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