Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari visits Brazilian community and hands out money to disadvantaged locals.

This World Cup has been known as much for its great sporting moments as it has for its heartwarming tales of human compassion - from Japanese fans cleaning up the stadium to Australia's Mark Bresciano tying a young mascot's shoelaces.

Now add Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari to that list - the 32-year-old reportedly sought permission from his coach for some time off to visit Maceio, an impoverished Brazilian community in Fortaleza, before his country's game against Germany.

In the video below, he is seen handing out bills from a wad of cash in his hand to the locals, while also making the effort to interact with them.

The former Portsmouth and current AC Milan player also delivered a top performance in the 2-2 draw with Germany.


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