On Monday night, Brazilian playmaker Kaka reached a career milestone having netted 101 times for Serie A side AC Milan.
He has scored six goals since returning to the Rossoneri last summer, adding to the 95 he scored in his first stint at the Italian club.
"It is exciting to be part of Milan's history. This is the perfect start to 2014," Kaka was quoted by ESPN.
His 101 goals for Milan are an incredible achievement for a player who is typically a creative midfielder. He was presented with a commemorative 'KAKA 100' Milan shirt following the match.
It was against Atalanta, last night, that he netted goals 100 and 101 in a much-needed 3-0 victory for Milan. They now sit in 10th place in Serie A with 22 points.
Kaka returned to Milan on a free transfer during the summer following a disappointing end to his £56 million move to Real Madrid.
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