Inter president Massimo Moratti has warned Brazil not to underestimate Wesley Sneijder when they clash with the Netherlands on Friday afternoon.
The two teams clash for a place in the semi-final, and while Moratti will not lean towards any team, despite Inter's Maicon, Lucio and Julio Cesar playing for Brazil, he did warn the Selecao to watch out for Oranje dangerman Sneijder.
"Maybe I should be a neutral for this game. I always get agitated when Inter play, but I could enjoy this more if I take a neutral stance," he told Il Giorno.
"I think the Netherlands-Brazil match will be a great game, a confrontation of two different tactical systems.
"But watch out for Sneijder and Robben as those two can always invent something."
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