Visiting Manchester United came from a goal down to beat AC Milan in their UEFA Champions League Round of 16 First Leg tie on Tuesday.
Ronaldinho put the Rossoneri ahead inside three minutes with a spectacular volley. The hosts then dominated United for much of the first half until Paul Scholes’ goal 10 minutes before half-time tied the match.
United looked much better after the break and were able to go up 3-1 courtesy of two Wayne Rooney headers.
Substitute Clarence Seedorf pulled one back for AC Milan with an audacious inside of the foot flick that wrong-footed his marker and Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar.
Milan must now win by two goals at Old Trafford on March 10th in order to advance to the Quarter Finals of this year’s competition.