Despite scoring a goal in the opener against New York City FC, Kaká had not yet shown his full breadth of talent as Orlando City SC headed north of the border to face the Montreal Impact.
That has now changed.
The Brazilian legend provided a virtuoso performance against the Impact, scoring a goal and assisting on another in a span of 82 seconds. He also had one of the highlight-reel plays of the season so far, but his eventual shot was denied by Eric Kronberg.
He wasn't the only midfielder to dominate a game in Week 4. Read on to find out who else joined him.
D: Kofi Opare (D.C. United) – Had to hop off the bench early to spell the injured Steve Birnbaum in D.C.'s defense and handled the task well, helping United post a clean sheet against the defending champs.
D: Matt Hedges (FC Dallas) – Was immense alongside centerback partner Zach Loyd, locking down the Sounders’ attack through the middle despite Dallas being down a man for more than 70 minutes as they salvaged a point at home.
M: Kelyn Rowe (New England Revolution) – Scored two goals and could have easily had a hat trick as the Revolution toppled the Quakes 2-1.
M: Harry Shipp (Chicago Fire) – He's becoming appointment viewing. Easily the smartest, most creative player on the field and deserves more than just an assist for the gorgeous set-piece delivery that Adailton finished as the Fire got their first win of the season.
M: Benny Feilhaber (Sporting Kansas City) – Adjusting well to his new position in Peter Vermes' system, as he was the fulcrum of SKC's attack on Saturday night.
F: Bradley Wright-Phillips (New York Red Bulls) – Had his second straight week of providing a goal and an assist to the Red Bulls attack, as well as pressuring Columbus' backline throughout the game, forcing them into mistakes.
Coach: Jesse Marsch (New York Red Bulls) – Has his midfield absolutely humming and got a strong performance from his backline despite injuries and international call-ups.
Bench: Jeff Attinella (Real Salt Lake), Tony Beltran (Real Salt Lake), Dax McCarty (New York Red Bulls), Juan Ramirez (Colorado Rapids), Pedro Ribeiro (Orlando City SC), Nick DeLeon (D.C. United), Sebastian Giovinco (Toronto FC)