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Kaka remembers time at Real Madrid: “I had to change my game”

Wed 09 December 2020 | 22:53

Former Brazilian star, Kaka has remembered his spell at Real Madrid and told that he had to change his way of play after joining the team.

For four seasons between 2009 and 2013,

Kaka

represented

Madrid

before rejoining Milan – the team from whom he moved to the Spanish giants – for a world-record fee of €65m but did not feel success in European football through that time.

Certainly, the Brazilian international had only 61 league games across his spell at the team as he had issues stemming from a long-term knee injury.

Now he has confirmed that due to the differences between Spanish and Italian football, he had to change his style of play.

I had to change my game a bit. Real Madrid’s style is very aggressive, so when you are winning 3-0, the fans keep asking for more. This is Real Madrid, offensive all the time. You had to adapt.

Kaka

told.

Kaka

netted 29 goals and contributed 32 assists in 120 plays in all competitions during his spell in Spain.

 


source: SportMob