Ronaldo, Kaka drive Madrid in Milan rout
Angel di Maria put Madrid ahead with a spectacular 25-yard volley in the 24th minute, but Robinho equalized nine minutes later with one of the few shots by Milan, a seven-time European champion depleted by summer departures and retirements.
Ronaldo, the 2008 FIFA Player of the Year, finished crisp passes with quick bursts of speed in the 49th and 66th minutes, the latter off a pass from Kaka. Sergio Ramos made it 4-1 with a header following Kaka's corner in the 81st and Jose Callejon added the final goal off Kaka's chip in the 89th.
With top executives from both clubs in New York, there was intrigue involving Kaka, the 2007 FIFA Player of the Year.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani hugged Madrid President Florentino Perez on the field before warm-ups, then exchanged greetings with Real coach Jose Mourinho.
Kaka, now 30, has been a backup at Madrid and appears to desire a return to Italy.
He entered the match in the 62nd minute.
Purchased by Milan from Sao Paulo at age 21 in 2003, Kaka became a star with Milan and scored 95 goals in 269 games over six seasons.
Madrid bought him in the summer of 2009 for but he has struggled with injuries since.
He has 24 goals in 92 games for Los Blancos.
Real Madrid, eliminated by Bayern Munich in last season's Champions League semi-finals, opens the La Liga season on August 19 at home against Valencia.
Milan starts Serie A on August 26 at home against promoted Sampdoria.
Barca edge United
Ashley Young revisited his Uefa Euro 2012™ penalty nightmare as Manchester United lost their high-profile pre-season friendly with Barcelona in Gothenburg.
After a goalless 90 minutes, the contest was decided by what was supposed to be a three-player shoot-out. But it didn't get that far as Nani and Young both failed to convert their efforts, allowing former Red Devil Gerard Pique to seal victory for the Catalan giants after Xavi had also scored.
-additional reporting from FIFA.com