Dunga’s squad, good enough to forego stars like Ronaldinho, Adriano, and Ronaldo, arrived after an overnight flight from Sao Paulo.
The Brazilians were greeted by local organizing committee chairman Irvhin Khoza, who said “You can see that they are confident and serious about this tournament.”
“The arrival of Brazil gives great confidence to all South Africans that this World Cup is really happening.”
Brazil’s opening match is against North Korea at Johannesburg’s Ellis Park stadium on June 15. AP