Brazil are going to be toppled from their World Cup throne, according to Ghana coach Ratomir Dujkovic.
He was unimpressed by the reigning champions, even though they defeated his Ghana side 3-0 yesterday to move into the quarter-finals.
Brazil sealed their victory thanks to goals from Ronaldo, Adriano and Ze Roberto and will now face France on Saturday.
Ghana made a decent fist of it, and Dujkovic said: 'They have to lose some time, and there are teams in this competition who will beat them.
'A team with better players and more experience than us will get success.
'They have a few weaknesses defensively. They are a little bit slow in that area.
'We had the opportunity to win, but we did not take our chances. That was the difference between the teams.
'They can make you suffer so quickly - and they did. When they had opportunities they took them.'
Dujkovic, banished to the stand after accusing referee Michel Lubos of bias, was proud of the way his team took the game to Brazil.
He said: 'Australia and Croatia did not lose by as many as us - but they played a defensive game.
'We attacked - that is our style. Why change from today to tomorrow?
'It is difficult to beat them with a defensive formation. They have some excellent individuals.
'They are a very good side, especially in the middle.'