Ronaldo scored two goals and set up
another as AC Milan beat Siena 4-3 to climb to fifth in Serie A on Saturday.
Milan only claimed the points in the final minute of stoppage time when Massimo
Ambrosini headed in from a corner, but the dominant figure was the three-times
FIFA World Player of the Year, making his first appearance in Milan's starting
line-up since signing from Real Madrid last month.
The result gave Milan 33 points after 23 matches, taking into account their
eight-point penalty for match-fixing, and they are 30 points behind leaders
Inter Milan, who racked up their 16th successive Serie A win by beating Cagliari
Second-placed AS Roma slipped 14 points behind Inter after losing 1-0 at Empoli.