Bromance alive and well at World Cup

23:31, Jun 17 2014
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Brazil forward Neymar (R) embraces teammate midfielder Ramires after he was substituted during the Group A football match between Brazil and Croatia.
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Goalkeeper Diego Benaglio of Switzerland enjoys a tender celebration with Granit Xhaka after defeating Ecuador 2-1.
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Edin Dzeko of Bosnia and Herzegovina (L) and Pablo Zabaleta of Argentina hug and whisper sweet nothings after the match between their two teams.
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Johan Djourou of Switzerland celebrates with team-mates after the match between Switzerland and Ecuador.
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Serge Aurier (L) and Jean-Daniel Akpa-Akpro of the Ivory Coast embrace after defeating Japan 2-1.
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Arjen Robben of the Netherlands gives teammate Wesley Sneijder a peck during their match against Spain.
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Tim Cahill (L) and Mark Milligan of Australia consle one another after being defeated by Chile 3-1.
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Haris Seferovic of Switzerland (front) enjoys a touchy-feely celebration with goalkeeper Diego Benaglio after defeating Ecuador 2-1.
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John Brooks of the United States celebrates scoring his team's second goal with Aron Johannsson during the match between Ghana and the United States.
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Benjamin Moukandjo of Cameroon tries to help Miguel Layun of Mexico to his feet - oh bless.
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Sergio Ramos of Spain and Arjen Robben of the Netherlands take a breather from their rivalry to enjoy a moment together.
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Sol Bamba of the Ivory Coast (L) hugs teammate Die Serey after defeating Japan 2-1.
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Oribe Peralta of Mexico (L) gives teammate Giovani dos Santos a once over while celebrating a goal during their match against Cameroon.
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Stefan de Vrij and Wesley Sneijder of the Netherlands embrace after the third goal during the match between Spain and Netherlands.
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David Luiz (L) and Dani Alves of Brazil hug it out after defeating Croatia.

The teams at the 2014 FIFA World Cup may be battling away to clinch the title, but it turns out there's always enough time and energy for a little bromance.

Allow us to present our top 15 man-on-man PDA moments from the tournament so far. Truly, truy moving stuff.

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