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Kaka Tips France, Brazil, Argentina To Win 2022 World Cup

Kaka Tips France, Brazil, Argentina To Win 2022 World Cup

Former Real Madrid midfielder, Kaka, has tipped Brazil, France and Argentina as top favourites to win the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Kaka also said that Serbia could be a potential surprise at this year’s World Cup.

The 2022 World Cup will begin on November 20, with the hosts Qatar slugging it out with Ecuador and England facing Iran the following day.

“Brazil are the favourites because they have been working on it for a long time,” Kaka told Gazzetta dello Sport (via MARCA).

“It was right to appoint Tite, and the group has the right mix of youth and experience.


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“The other main contenders are Argentina and France, while Serbia could be a surprise.”

Brazil are in Group G of the tournament, alongside Serbia, Switzerland, and Cameroon.


Personal life


Kaká married his childhood sweetheart Caroline Celico on 23 December 2005 at a Rebirth in Christ church in São Paulo. The couple have two children: son Luca Celico Leite (born 10 June 2008) and daughter Isabella (born 23 April 2011). In 2015, Kaká and Celico announced their divorce via social media.


Kaká was sworn in as an Italian citizen on 12 February 2007. He features prominently in Adidas advertising and also has a modeling contract with Armani, the latter preventing him from appearing in a photo collection alongside his Milan teammates that was published by Dolce & Gabbana in early 2007.


Kaká appeared on the cover of the Italian edition of EA Sports‘ FIFA video game FIFA 07, alongside compatriot and global coverstar Ronaldinho; he was also featured on the cover of some regional editions of FIFA 11, FIFA 12, and FIFA 16. He featured in FIFA 20 as one of the new Ultimate Team Icons.


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