Kaka has shown off his skills by becoming the latest footballer to take part in the Shoot for Love charity challenge.
The Orlando City midfielder was nominated by Frank Lampard to take part in the archery-style football drill to help raise money for children with cancer.
Here are the rules:
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The drill is a fairly simple one - as you can see in the video below.
You have to hit a net - which is displayed like an archery target - from ten yards away.
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There are ten rings ranging from one point to bullseye which counts for ten points.
You have ten kicks to score as many points as possible - simple.
Previous footballers that have taken part in this challenge include John Terry, Carles Puyol, Jonjo Shelvey, Patrice Evra and Cesar Azpilicueta.
After being explained the rules, Kaka takes a practice shot which is, quite frankly, awful. It looks like he’s never kicked a ball before in all honesty.
Luckily for the Brazilian, he improves during his ten shots and records an impressive score of 78 - including two bullseyes.
However, he fell two points short of New York City midfielder Lampard, whilst he was a whole 11 points behind the current leader Evra.
However, expect Evra's 89 point record to be broken very soon as Kaka nominated Neymar, David Luiz and Andrea Pirlo to take part in the challenge next.
Kaka is reaching the end of his magnificent career. The 33-year-old turned out for AC Milan and Real Madrid in his prime and was crowned Ballon d’Or winner in 2007.
In fact, Kaka’s triumph in 2007 was the last time a player won the Ballon d’Or other than Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
In June 2009, he became the most expensive player in world football when he joined Madrid from Milan in a £56 million deal.
However, Kaka suffered a series of knee injuries which limited him to just 85 league appearances in four seasons at the Bernabeu before a return to the San Siro.
The playmaker also won one Serie A, one Champions League and one La Liga in his career in Europe as well as the 2002 World Cup with Brazil.
He signed for Orlando in 2014 but spent six months on loan at Sao Paulo in his native Brazil.
He returned to the United States last season and rolled back the years, scoring ten goals in 29 matches in the MLS.
He is currently in pre-season for Orlando ahead of the current season and scored a magnificent free-kick at the weekend in their friendly against NASL side Jacksonville Armada, which you can see below.