Ghana’s Kevin-Prince Boateng was understandably enthused after learning he will face his brother Jerome at the 2014 World Cup.
The Black Stars were drawn in Group G alongside international heavyweights Germany and Portugal, with the USA taking up the final spot in the group.
However, despite the seemingly daunting nature of the task of qualifying for the last 16, Boateng is nothing but excited by the prospect of lining out against his sibling Jerome, who represents Die Mannschaft.
“You can see that wishes do come true,” the attacking midfielder told Sport Bild. “It’s the draw of my deams.”
“I can’t wait to face my brother at the World Cup. It will also be great to face my Schalke team-mate Jermaine Jones [USA].”