Brazil legend Cafu’s son, 30, dies playing football
The tragic son of Brazilian football legend Cafu died while playing football, according to reports in his homeland.
Danilo Feliciano de Moraes reportedly suffered a heart attack during a kick-about with friends.
He felt unwell after 10 minutes of the game before being rushed to hospital.
Tributes soon poured in from around the football community.
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Real Madrid tweeted: "Real Madrid C. F. expresses its deep regret at the passing of Danilo, the son of Brazilian football legend @officialcafu.
"The club wishes to convey its condolences to Cafu and his family and shares in his grief in these difficult moments."
Sao Paulo, where Cafu started his career, wrote: "Sao Paulo Futebol Clube deeply regrets the death of Danilo, son of Cafu.
"The club sympathises and wishes the tricolor idol, family and friends a lot of strength."
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Cafu is regarded one of the greatest full-backs of all time, having lifted the World Cup for Brazil in 2002.
He had spells for Roma and AC Milan, lifting the Champions League for the latter.
Like most Brazilian full-backs, he had a formidable appetite for getting forward.
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