Stockholm, Sweden - With Ronaldinho finally finding the net again, Brazil are hoping to keep their momentum going in a friendly against Ghana tonight.
The game will be a rematch of the World Cup second round in Germany last year, where Brazil routed the Africans 3-0, and serves as a tune up for the Copa America championship starting in June.
It is the second friendly in three days on Swedish soil for the Brazilians, following their 4-0 defeat of Chile in Goteborg on Saturday.
That game saw Ronaldinho break out of a 14-game scoreless slump by scoring two goals from a penalty and free kick.
Ronaldinho is expected to be back in the starting line-up today, even though the Barcelona star has not been a regular starter since Dunga took over the squad after the World Cup in Germany.