In the 20th Major League Soccer All-Star Game, the MLS All Stars were victorious over English Premier League side, Tottenham Hotspurs, 2-1 in Denver, Colorado.
The fans at Dick's Sporting Goods Park were treated to an exciting, close game between the two sides and it didn't take long for things to get going.
After a couple of early chances, the All Stars got a chance to go ahead from the penalty spot.
After a Spurs defender was judged to have played the ball with his hand while defending a corner, Orlando City SC midfielder Kaka stepped up and fired home the shot from 12 yards out for a 1-0 advantage.
Just three minutes later, the former World Player of the Year played a part in the second goal for MLS. After a flick by Seattle Sounders forward Clint Dempsey, Kaka fired a shot that was redirected past Tottenham goalkeeper Michael Worm by New York City FC forward David Villa.
Real Salt Lake goalkeeper Nick Rimando was forced into two big saves to keep the game at 2-0. The most impressive came when Spurs forward Harry Kane had a sitter at the doorstep, but Rimando denied the English striker.
Kane would get his goal though in the 37th minute, when he led a one-man counterattack and fired a shot from long range that beat Rimando.
Colorado Rapids head coach Pablo Mastroeni, who led the All Stars on the night, made whole-sale changes including bringing in all three Columbus Crew SC players, Kei Kamara, Ethan Finlay, and Waylon Francis.
Kamara appeared to have a chance to score shortly after coming in when he raced in behind the Spurs' defense, but the flag went up for offside.
All three Columbus players impressed, but none were able to get on the stats sheet.
The 2-1 victory for the All Stars marked the eighth win in 12 games against international competition.
Major League Soccer returns to regular action on Saturday afternoon. Crew SC goes on the road that night to take on Eastern Conference rival in Orlando.