It looks as if it is goodbye to the Samba attack for AC Milan.
Coach Carlo Ancelotti has recently put his faith in Ronaldo and new signing
Alexandre Pato along with Ricky Kaka in support, with mixed results.
The employment of the free-flowing Brazilians looked set to re-ignite the
Rossoneri season when all three found the net in their first game together in
the 5-2 win over Napoli on Game Day 18.
However, after a below par performance at Udinese at the weekend, Ronaldo made
way for Alberto Gilardino at Atalanta on Wednesday, only for Pato to disappoint
in a 2-1 defeat.
Ancelotti is now set to return to his tried and trusted formation of Kaka and
Clarence Seedorf supporting a lone striker - with Ronaldo set to lead to the
attack against Genoa on Sunday.
Meanwhile defender Kakha Kaladze has admitted that he was at fault for the
midweek setback in Bergamo.
However, the defender revealed some insight to where Milans priorities lie,
claiming: "Everyone makes mistakes and I'd rather make them against Atalanta
than in the game against Arsenal or the Champions League Final, even if it was
important to take three points home."