Bafana Bafana

Brazil jet into SA - PICTURE

2014-03-03 14:27
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Cape Town - The Brazilian football team have have tweeted a picture on board the plane as the prepare to fly to South Africa to face Bafana Bafana.

Bafana will host the 2014 Soccer World Cup hosts in what is expected to be an exciting friendly at the FNB Stadium on Wednesday, March 5.

Kick-off is at 19:00.

South Africa have lost all four previous encounters against Brazil, but all those matches have been closely contested.

Chelsea and Brazil defender David Luiz tweeted the following message along with a picture of some of his Brazilian team-mates aboard their plane.

"On our way to Johannesburg! A caminho de Joanesburgo! ?? #oscar @willianborges88 @b_10duarte @Rami7oficial"

Chelsea and Brazil players Oscar, David Luiz, Willian, Ramirez and Bernard of Atletico Mineiro. (David Luiz via Twitter)

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