Brazil international playmaker Kaka has said that he has enjoyed the World Cup so far, despite not being a part of the Selecao squad.
'This World Cup has been good to watch, Brazil have made a very good start', said the AC Milan star who was pictured watching the opening game from the stands.
Kaka is impressed with Brazil's start to the tournament, as the hosts picked up two wins and a draw to qualify for the last 16 as the winners of their group.
With the round of 16 about to commence, Kaka says that he is excited about Brazil's match against Chile on Saturday.
'What is really great is the whole of the country is behind our team and everyone is really enjoying it, just like I am', he said.
Watching from the stands must be a difficult experience for Kaka, who played for Brazil at the 2002, 2006 and 2010 World Cup finals.
'It's a very new experience for me, the last three World Cups I've played them on the pitch for Brazil, so I can definitely see the contrast,' said the former Real Madrid star.
The 32-year-old seems to have gracefully accepted Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari's decision not to pick him in his 23-man squad for this summer's World Cup.
Kaka is a humble man who loves the game and will be one of millions of Brazilians who will be cheering their country against Chile on Saturday.