Former World Cup-winning footballer Kaka will make his debut at the Berlin Marathon on
Sunday, saying he was "just as excited as I used to be before football matches," reports AFP. Kaka, who played for Real Madrid and AC Milan before retiring in 2017, said his father's
today." Kaka's father and brother will take part in the "family experience" of the marathon. "He's not going to run, he's just walking, but we wanted him in this experience with us - it's more of a family experience." Kaka said marathons were particularly special as sporting events because amateurs can take part side-by-side with professionals. Kaka said he was hoping for a time under four hours. "I want to run around 3 hours 40 minutes - if I feel good maybe I can do more," added the 2002 World Cup winner.