The dream of every player is to be draft to play for his country’s national team. But defending the Brazilian national team in three World Cups, winning one of them are just for the privileged few!

In just over a year as a professional player, he was draft to play his first World Cup in 2002. He played in Brazil’s third game, in the victory by 5-2 against Costa Rica. If playing in a World Cup is already an achievement, winning one is the ultimate glory, and Kaka helped Brazil lift the cup of the 5th championship.

In 2006, Kaká scored the first goal of the Brazilian national team in the Fifa’s World Cup, in the victory by 1-0 against Croatia. It was the first game of canary scracht. In 2010, more experienced, he had the opportunity to play his third World Cup as one of the main players. Kaká was a key part of the Brazilian team.

92
Total Games
29
Total Goals
6.233
Minutes Played