Sports Kaká: "Milan's C1 victory in 2007? It was a sign from God ”

01:41  24 may  2020
01:41  24 may  2020 Source:   sofoot.com

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Kaka believes AC Milan ' s 2007 Champions League victory was a ' sign from God '. The Italians threw away a 3-0 lead in the 2005 final where Liverpool triumphed. They met again two years later but this time the Serie A side came out on top. The Brazilian also said the victory was not 'revenge' for their

After signing for AC Milan from Sao Paulo in 2003 for €8.5million – a fee Silvio Berlusconi later described as ‘peanuts’ – the attacking midfielder Kaka rates the 2005 capitulation as one of his most important lessons in football and when the rematch came in 2007 , he was determined to prove it was

  Kaká : « La victoire du Milan en C1 en 2007? C'était un signe de Dieu » © Supplied by Sofoot

100% Jesus.

In an interview with the AC Milan website, Ricardo Kaká recalled the 2007 Champions League Milan-Liverpool final, won 2-1 by Diavolo , notably thanks to a double from Pippo Inzaghi.

Even if, for the Brazilian, the great man of this final side rossonero remains God himself:

"It was a sign of God, not a coincidence ... I don't like to call it revenge (Liverpool had previously beaten Milan during the incredible final of the 2005 edition of C1, Editor's note), but it was wonderful and magical. The team was different from 2005, because we no longer had Hernán Crespo or Andriy Shevchenko, but the foundations were the same. It was almost the same team, but a very different final ... "

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Kaká presenting a Milan jersey to then-Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in 2007 . Although it was saved by goalkeeper Andrés Palop, Kaká scored on the rebound with a header. Kaká celebrating a goal with Real Madrid in a 4–1 home victory over Real Sociedad on 6 February

Kaka and Massimo Oddo celebrate Champions League success in Athens in 2007 Credit: Epa. A last-16 elimination from the Champions League in 2007 -08 was coupled with a fifth-place finish and Mario Balotelli was signed from Manchester City in 2013, but made little impactCredit: Getty Images.


" On the second goal, you could see that it was just me and Pippo in attack, but I knew his movements so well that I was already well aware of what he was going to do next. I got ready to work on my pass, everything was so precise ... Then he shifted to have the space to strike. It's all in the details ... We all had very different feelings during the celebrations. It was my first Champions League, a dream come true, when it was the fifth of Paolo Maldini. I had the impression of closing the circle, it was a perfect conclusion of the time spent with this team. »

The opportunity to remember that Ricardo Kaká in 2007, it was also this madness:


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