Both teams like to play football.
Juan, Luis Fabiano and Robinho provided the goals in what proved a facile victory for Brazil at Ellis Park in Johannesburg but Kaka pointed out that they had plenty of chances in the game.
"We played the better game and at a very good level. We had a lot of chances and the trend is improving," Kaka noted before acknowledging that Friday's opponents have a lot to offer.
"They have a technically rich team, individually and collectively, they play and they let you play. It is the game that everyone wants to see and all players want to play in."
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