Kaká believes AC Milan are ‘coming together’ after three wins on the bounce
Kaká helped AC Milan make it three wins in a row on Monday night as they defeated Genoa 2-1 and he has praised the current level of the side.
The 31-year-old spoke to Milan Channel after the match about and was full of praise for Keisuke Honda.
The Brazilian played a part in the first goal and also lauded the strike from Queens Park Rangers loanee Adel Taarabt.
Forza Italian Football quoted Kaká, he said: “At the start of the game it was tough and congested, we could not find space.
"But when [Philippe] Mexes gave me the ball, I was able to pick out Taarabt as I knew that he was there. He was very good at beating his man and did well to score.”
The Brazilian said it was a tough fixture but talked about how this Milan side is “coming together” now.
“Yes, we knew it would be a tough game and it was,” Kaká revealed.
“The team has played well though and we know what we are doing. We now have three wins in a row and four positive results. We are coming together.
"Honda has always been working hard for some time to help the team. The goal has given him a morale boost and we are all really happy for him."