Ricardo Kaka: Birthday on the bench

This Friday was the birthday of Ricardo Izecson, Kaká. He was born in Brasilia on April 22, 1982. The Brazilian footballer celebrated his birthday in a difficult situation for him individually, but happy at the collective level, after winning the Spanish Cup (Copa del Rey).

On Wednesday, Kaka held on the Mestalla's grass the twelfth title of his career, ninth at club level. Two came to him while he was player in the Sao Paulo and the other six in Milan, the club where he was crowned as world star, for which Real Madrid paid 65 million euros almost two years ago.

In those two years, Kaka has changed from a pillar of the second draft of Florentino Perez to play a residual role in the white team. Injuries have been the particular cross of former Golden Ball (2007), who suffered a groin injury last season and in summer, after playing the World Cup with Brazil, underwent knee surgery that kept him out for six months. He reappeared against Getafe on January 3, but still had to stop again in order to regain the pace barely hinted at Real Madrid's League visit to San Mames.

Hard moments for Kaka without playing
Kaká on the bech

However, when the important part of the season has begun (the four games against Barcelona that the League leaves this weekend on 'standby') Kaka has returned to the bench. Mesut Özil's great season has also contributed to this relegation. German player has owned ​​the playmaker position in the scheme of Jose Mourinho.

Is always expected something more from Kaka. To begin, he will play as starter this Saturday at the Mestalla Stadium, a very diffiult date for Real Madrid. And who knows, maybe Mourinho is cooking a plan with the Brazilian as secret ingredient for the Champions League duels against Barca. Stranger things have been seen.

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