Lionel Messi and Neymar might be team-mates on Barcelona together, but don’t let that fool you when it comes to international play. The two look to square off against each other in a friendly match in Beijing this Saturday.
Who will have a bigger impact on their squad? Will Argentina’s new tactics shut down Dunga’s Brazilian side?
Gerardo Martino leads his new side against Dunga’s Samba stars on Saturday in the Chinese capital.
And ahead of the match, the former Barcelona coach says there is no greater rivalry in world football than the South American clash.
The Brazil squad was also greeted by huge crowds as they arrived into Beijing but surprisingly it’s not Neymar the Chinese fans were most excited for but his more experienced team mate Kaka.
The 32 year old with three World Cup appearances to his name returns to the Brazil set up following an 18 month exile.