Kaká delights at Milan comeback appearance
Kaká has revealed his delight after wearing the captain’s armband and providing an assist during his comeback appearance for Milan.
The Brazil international returned to the San Siro on transfer deadline day and pulled on the Rossoneri jersey for the first time since moving to Real Madrid in June 2009 on Saturday.
Kaká set up the first goal in Milan’s 4-0 friendly win over Chiasso, as he played a through ball for Antonio Nocerino to finish in the seventh minute.
Robinho should have made more of another Kaká pass before Matias Silvestre rose to nod in a corner.
Alessandro Matri deflected a Nocerino effort to set up a Robinho tap-in in the 40th minute, before Kaká went off at half-time.
"Milan looked very good and it was a pleasure to play today," the former Real Madrid man told Mediaset Premium at the break.
"I am lacking a little bit of match fitness and we need to improve, but we have what it takes to do that.
"At the age of 31 I learned a lot, as now I can choose my passes better and make fewer mistakes."
Milan added to their tally with Riccardo Saponara following up a parried Claveria effort four minutes from time.