One thing is for sure brotherly love will be forgotten tonight when Germany’s Jerome Boateng faces his sibling Ghana’s Kevin-Prince Boateng predicting a ‘fight to the death’.
This is not the first time the brothers have played each other at a World Cup.
In South Africa, they set a record by becoming the first brothers to play against each other at a World Cup finals.
Jerome Boateng is hoping to play for the Black Stars, Ghana’s national team. He has applied for a Ghanaian passport, which is only a formality at this point. The Ghana Football Association is depending on him to be a member of its team when it heads to South Africa for the World Cup in June.
Wouldn’t miss it for the world!