Brazil forward, Neymar Jr, has said he hopes to face Argentina in the final of this year’s Copa America.
Neymar was speaking after they beat Peru 1-0 in Monday’s semi-final.
Lucas Paqueta scored the only goal in the 35th minute, as Selecao booked their place in Saturday’s decider at the Maracana stadium.
The second semi-final between Argentina and Colombia will be played Tuesday.
“I want Argentina, I am cheering them on,” Neymar said with a smile.
“I have friends there and in the final Brazil will win.”
The last time the two countries met in a Copa America final was in 2007.
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That year, Brazil beat Argentina 3-0.
It would not only pit the tournament’s only unbeaten teams against each other, it would also be a showdown between two former Barcelona teammates Neymar and Lionel Messi.