The patience of AC Milan's fans has been exhausted and 400 angry Ultras waited outside the ground to accost players after a 1-1 draw with Genoa, but Kaka was able to diffuse the situation.
The draw with Genoa was yet another affront to supporters of the Rossoneri as Massimiliano Allegri's men were playing with a man advantage for much of the match and Mario Balotelli missed a penalty.
Kaka was one of the few highlights for the Diavolo and he continued his fine form with a goal and a transcendent performance.
It was also the Brazilian who stepped up after the game to calm the angry Ultras who had let the players know they would be waiting for them outside the stadium.
Kaka and goalkeeper Christian Abbiati spoke to the fans who were singing abusive songs and the presence of the Milan Man of the Match seemed to appease them.
However, it seems that the pressure is still on Milan who have no room for error when they face Celtic on Tuesday evening in a key Champions League clash.
There are also reports in Italy that Mario Balotelli has been warned to stay away from the Ultras who are said to see him as the main culprit for their team's recent malaise.