Kaká celebrates 300th Milan appearance with a brace in 3-0 win against Chievo
Kaká marked his 300th appearance for Milan with a brace, as the Rossoneri beat struggling Chievo 3-0 at San Siro on Saturday.
The 31 year-old, who initially joined Milan in 2003 from São Paulo, before returning last August after a spell at Real Madrid, netted either side of half-time to give Clarence Seedorf’s side a much needed win.
Speaking after the game, Kaká admitted he was delighted to reach such a significant landmark and is pleased that Milan's form seems to be improving.
“The goal means many things. It is a special moment for us, tonight was an important achievement for me to play 300 games and it went better than I could’ve expected. I am very happy,” he told Sky Sport Italia.
“Football is wonderful and painful precisely because it changes so quickly. I said last week our locker room was not divided and people could see that tonight.
“We had two wins and a draw now, so these are results that will help us to end the season on a high.
“At the moment we are testing out many things with the Coach to find the best solution. I’ve always said I like to play in the middle, but I will play anywhere the team needs me.
“What we do today is useful for the future, as the way we play and are set out on the field will help us next season.”