Kaka Scores Typically Cool Finish for Orlando City in US Open Cup Win

Brazilian legend Kaka scored with a trademark classy finish as Orlando City beat Columbus Crew 2-0 in the fifth round of the U.S. Open Cup on Monday.

The ex-AC Milan and Real Madrid man opened the scoring after 21 minutes, before Carlos Rivas outdid the former World Player of the Year by smashing home a second from 25 yards.

Kaka became the newly established Orlando City's first Designated Player when he signed in 2014. He was initially loaned to former club Sao Paulo, before returning for the start of Orlando's inaugural MLS season.

[H/T 101 Great Goals]

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