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Brazilian soccer star Kaka grabbed a goal in the 2-0 victory of Orlando City over Colorado Rapids in the Major League Soccer.

The former AC Milan and Real Madrid star was sidelined since the new season began due to a hamstring injury.

The 35-year old, who is the highest paid star of the MLS, returned from injury as he was the substitute in the game. He went on in the 60th minute but got a goal in stoppage time as City sailed to a victory. The player was emotional as his effort counted for good for the team.

“I cannot put in words what I’m feeling, the emotions to be back to be playing, to score and win another game at home.

“When I came on the field and all of the supports clapped for me and were saying my name, it was unbelievable. Today, I showed that I’m ready to join the team again and be part of this amazing group,” he said after his goal.

Carlos Rivas helped the team with the first goal as they continued their perfect home run in their new stadium. They have won six games in seven matches, losing just one. Rivas’ and Kaka’s effort helped the team to another home since so they maintain a perfect record since opening the new venue.

Orlando could have gone up from as early as the second minute through Antonio Nocerino. ZacMacMath who was standing in for injured keeper Tim Howard denied him. Kaka was sent to help unlock the defences of the opponents. He came on and Rivas scored a rocket shot ten minutes later before Kaka sealed the game.