Ghana forward Kevin-Prince Boateng insists he has no problem at all playing against any member of his family following another clash against his brother Jerome in the 2-2 draw with Germany.
The Schalke star lined up for the second time in the World Cup against his younger brother after choosing to play for Ghana back in 2010.
Both brothers however failed to live up to their pre-match hype with both going off after the first half for varied reasons.
Some have suggested an unexplained tension on the side of Kevin whenever playing against his brother, be it for club or country.
But the 27-year-old is adamant he has no mixed feeling whenever playing against a close relative.
“I just go on the field every game – whether it is against my brother or my father – it doesn't matter,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“I always try to go on the field to do my best.”