Kaka and Clarence Seedorf were the stars of the show as Carlo Ancelotti's men put in an impressive performance.

"Kaka had an extraordinary game, despite having a broken toe nail. He's the best in the world," Galliani beamed after the final whistle.

"I spoke to President Silvio Berlusconi and he was very happy with the result and the way the side played.

"The players said that this was a very tough game against a home side playing the game of their lives.

"Now we face Boca and we are hoping that it will be just like when we met Liverpool in the Champions League Final last year after they had beaten us in 2005."