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CAPTAIN Aaron "Mbazo" Mokoena is one of the four current Bafana Bafana players who were part of the team that inflicted South Africa's only win over a Brazilian national soccer team.
That was during the Sydney Olympics in 2000 when the South African Under-23 national side embarrassed the Ronaldinho-led Brazil 3-1.
The other three players in the current squad who were part of that historic Olympic side are defender Matthew Booth and goalkeepers Brian Baloyi and Rowen Fernandez.
Mokoena and his platoon of Bafana Bafana go into tonight's all-important Confederations Cup semifinal against Brazil at Ellis Park Stadium hoping lightning will strike twice.
Mokoena told Sowetan yesterday they won't allow Brazil to stand in their way to the final.
"When we started the Confederations Cup, we were written off by many people.
"As players, we told ourselves that we wanted to reach the semifinal. Now that we are in the semifinal, our target is go to the final and make the entire country proud.
"It's gonna be a tough match but we are ready.
"We are not intimidated by playing against greats like Robinho, Kaka and others," said Mokoena, Bafana's most capped player with 88 games.
He has captained Bafana Bafana a record 45 times.
Mokoena said the team had been working on their problems in front of goal.
Like he threatened ahead of the game against Spain but failed to keep his word , Bafana Bafana coach Joel Santana said he would field an all-attacking team .
There was a scare in the Bafana Bafana camp late yesterday after golden striker Bernard Parker was rested from training as a precaution after twisting his ankle.