The Brazilian star opened the scoring in a preseason win over Saint Louis FC, marking the inaugural goal at Orlando City Stadium.
Orlando City christened the club’s new stadium Saturday — and it was none other than Kaka who offered up the opener.
The inaugural goal at Orlando City Stadium came as Kaka curled home a fifth-minute free kick during the Lions’ 3-1 win over second-tier Saint Louis FC in a closed-door scrimmage.
5′ | GOOOOOAAAAALLLL! The Captain earns a free kick and buries the chance. Nice way to start things here.
— Orlando City SC (@OrlandoCitySC) February 25, 2017
Cyle Larin added a double before halftime as Orlando cruised to victory, with Saint Louis bagging a late consolation goal.
After two seasons at Camping World Stadium, Orlando will officially open its 25,500-seat venue when New York City FC visits for the clubs’ 2017 MLS opener March 5.