Kaka's 100th Goal for AC Milan Is Exciting for Everyone Except Keisuke Honda

Mark PattersonUK Staff WriterJanuary 6, 2014

MILAN, ITALY - JANUARY 06:  CEO of AC Milan Adriano Galliani and AC Milan new signing Keisuke Honda attend the Serie A match between AC Milan and Atalanta BC at San Siro Stadium on January 6, 2014 in Milan, Italy.  (Photo by Claudio Villa/Getty Images)
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Kaka's 100th goal for AC Milan was a pretty big deal for Rossoneri fans and staff alike, but Japanese signing Keisuke Honda was one man who appeared unmoved by it all.


Kaka unfurled a special customised shirt to celebrate the landmark to the applause of the San Siro faithful.

But Milan CEO Adriano Galliani had to explain what all the fuss was about for Honda.


Honda has completed his move to AC Milan in recent days and you can forgive him for not knowing his club history inside out.

But the reaction from Honda even once the clapping started was pretty lethargic. A couple of seconds later, he'd given up the game of pretending to care.

Not the best start, Keisuke.