Brazilian stars honour Chapecoense in charity game

Neymar led a star-studded line up which included the likes of Kaka, Robinho, Gabriel Jesus and Felipe Massa in a charity game to honour Chapecoense.

Both the teams pay tribute to Chapecoense before the game.   -  AFP

Kaka in action during the game.   -  AFP

Felipe Massa celebrates after scoring a goal.   -  AFP

Neymar led a star-studded line up which included the likes of Kaka, Robinho, Gabriel Jesus and Felipe Massa in a charity game to honour Chapecoense.

The two sides were named Ousadia meaning 'Boldness' and Pedalada meaning 'Progress', the game ended 13-9 in Ousadia's favour.





The match took place at Pacaembu stadium in Sao Paulo, with all donations going to the Neymar Jr. Project Institute in Praia Grande, a children's foundation launched by the Barcelona forward.

71 people had lost their lives in the fatal plane crash in Colombia, among those dead included members of the Brazilian football team Chapecoense.

The club was scheduled to play the final of Copa Sudamerica, a trophy which was later given to them.

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