Brazilian wonderkid Neymar successfully led his team to disposing of South Africa in their 5-0 romp against the 2010 World Cup hosts, scoring his second international hat-trick in the process.
Most South Africans would be humbled by their loss against the five-time world champions and want to go straight home - but not this chap.
A young South African boy ran on to the pitch to get a closer look at the Samba stars, but as security was about to step in and lift the invader out of the grounds, Neymar and his team mates had other ideas.
In this heartwarming display where both look like they are having a whale of a time, the boy posed for pictures with the Brazil team, with Chelsea defender David Luiz turning photographer for the evening, taking the pictures on a phone.
The invader was then greeted by the rest of the Brazilians, who then proceeded to throw the boy in the air - much to his glee.
Brazil weren't feeling as generous during the game in Soweto however, as a Fernandinho screamer and Oscar wrapped up the emphatic 5-0 victory.
They open up their World Cup campaign in Sao Paulo against Croatia on June 12, with the South Americans looking to win a record breaking sixth World Cup, with it being the first on their home soil since 1950.
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