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THE makers of the 2010 World Cup ball say they found nothing wrong with the ball when it was tested, despite a host of top players pouring scorn on it.
Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas has complained about Jabulani from the beginning, saying it was slippery and tricky to handle. The Spaniard received support from Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Caesar and Brazilian striker Luis Fabiano - and Italy's Giampaolo Pazzini this weekend.
They reportedly likened it to those found at a "supermarket".
But Adidas have a different perspective.
"This is not the first we hear of such comments from Casillas. All that we can I say the ball underwent rigorous tests as per Fifa requirements and came out with flying colours," said Adidas' public relations manager Zobuzwe Ngobese.
"That players of the calibre of David Beckham and Frank Lampard, Kaka, Lionel Messi and Petr Cech all gave the ball the thumbs up speaks volumes, Ngobese said.
"Bafana have also been using the ball since last November and none of the 32 countries have complained as far as I'm aware."