Allegri satisfied with Kakà return
Milan coach Max Allegri has praised Kakà following the Brazilian’s competitive return for the Rossoneri at Torino.
Milan needed a late Mario Balotelli penalty to secure a 2-2 draw.
Kakà played for 70 minutes, before being replaced by Slovenian winger Valter Birsa.
The Brazilian struggled to make a notable impression, with Milan labouring for much of the contest.
Allegri, however, was satisfied with the 31 year-old’s contribution.
“Kakà had not played for a while, though he showed great intensity and didn’t hold back,” said the tactician.
“We have changed some things in our system, so it takes time to rediscover our balance.”
Milan have had a mixed start to the season, with four points from three matches. Next up for them is Celtic, as they begin their Champions League campaign on Wednesday, at the San Siro.