The greatest football selfie ever? Kaka poses with Zidane, Xabi Alonso and Del Piero with ball of 2018 FIFA World Cup

Online Desk | Published: 10th November 2017 03:52 PM
The greatest football selfie ever? (Photo | Twitter/Kaka)

The football world has seen too many star-studded selfies in recent times, with Brazil star Kaka adding the latest to the list via his Twitter account on Friday.

Posing alongside the former AC Milan, Real Madrid and Orlando City mid-fielder from France are Real Madrid gaffer Zinedine Zidane, Spaniard Xabi Alonso and Italian legend Alessandro Del Piero.

Alguém a fim de uma peladinha ???

— Kaka (@KAKA) 9 November 2017

The four, who were all footballing sensations of the last decade, share two Ballon d'Ors, four FIFA World Player of the Year awards, three European Championships and five Champions League titles among them!

Titled 'Someone order a little ⚽️ ??? #heretocreate,' the picture first appeared on Kaka's Instagram account, only to appear later on the micro-blogging site as well.

A more mouth-watering photo involving the four was uploaded by him on Friday, with Zidane, Xabi and Del Piero - holding "Telsar18" - the Adidas made ball that will be used in the Russian edition FIFA World Cup scheduled for 2018.

"5 World Champions, 3 stripes and one perfect ball. Welcome #Telstar18 #HereToCreate," the picture was titled.

5 World Champions, 3 stripes and one perfect ball. Welcome #Telstar18 #HereToCreate

— Kaka (@KAKA) 10 November 2017

Alonso and Del Piero have all hung up their boots while Kaka is expected to retire soon after he played in his final MLS match for Orlando City last month.

Zidane is the current manager of Spanish giants Real Madrid, the club he represented from 2001 to 2006. 

Tags : Twitter Zinedine Zidane selfie Xabi Alonso Kaka FIFA world cup 2018 Alessandro Del Piero Telsar18

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