Kaka reveals two best teammates

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Having played with some of the world's greatest players, former Brazil and AC Milan star Kaka has named the two best footballers he's played alongside.

The Brazilian played for European giants AC Milan and Real Madrid, although he will be fondly remembered for his time in Italy where he won numerous titles, including the UEFA Champions League in 2007.

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On the international stage, Kaka was part of Brazil's 2002 World Cup-winning squad while he has also lifted the Copa America and FIFA Confederations Cup.

I played alongside some real phenomenal figures in my career," he said live via FIFA's Instagram account recently.

"But Ronaldo (Nazario) was the best.

"After that, I'd say Ronaldinho, who I was able to face many times both with Milan and Real Madrid."

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The 37-year-old also revealed 2007 was his most memorable year as a footballer, despite winning the World Cup in 2002.

"I don’t have a single moment, but most of the best moments in my career were at Milan - the Champions League trophy in 2007, the Club World Cup, the Ballon d’Or and the FIFA Player of the Year Award," he added.