Montreal, QC (SportsNetwork.com) - Kaka scored one goal and assisted on another to help Orlando City SC earn a 2-2 draw against the Montreal Impact at Olympic Stadium on Saturday.
The Impact jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first 27 minutes with a penalty kick from Ignacio Piatti and another goal from Jack McInerney.
However, Kaka set up a goal for Pedro Ribeiro in the 29th before Ribeiro returned the favor, allowing Kaka to score his second goal of the season just one minute later.
Montreal has drawn its last two games after opening the campaign with a loss, while Orlando City owns five points from its first four outings.
The home side snatched the lead in the 14th minute when Orlando defender Sean St. Ledger was called for handling the ball inside his own penalty area.
Piatti stepped to the spot and beat goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts, who was then picking the ball out of his net again in the 27th after he was caught out of net and was beaten by a chip from McInerney.
The two-goal lead lasted just two minutes, however, as Kaka laid a ball off to Ribeiro inside the penalty area and he lashed a left-footed shot past goalkeeper Eric Kronberg from eight yards.
Ribeiro then turned provider one minute later when he powered past a defender and slipped a ball to Kaka, who juggled past his man and volleyed home past Kronberg.
But after an intense 15-minute period that saw four goals scored, chances dried up after the break and Piatti had the best opportunity to separate the sides with a shot from the top of the box that Ricketts kept out with a fine stop.