1.Kolo Toure And YaYa Toure
Kolo Toure and Yaya Toure are among the most famous brothers in football.The ivory Coast due is the highest capped brothers in football history.Kolo Toure made 118 Appearances while his younger brother Yaya Toure made 97 appearances.Overall, they have donned the elephants shirt for 215 times.
2.Christopher Katongo And Felix Katongo
The next African brothers are Zambia's Christopher and Felix Katongo. Former Jomo Cosmos, Golden Arrows and Bidvest Wits striker Christopher made 89 appearances for his national side, while Felix, who also had a brief spell with Jomo Cosmos, featured in 62 games.
3.Solomon Kalou And Bonaventure Kalou
Solomon Kalou who was playing at Chelsea fc and his brother Bonaventure Kalou have combined for 141 caps for the elephants.Solomon Kalou made 90 appearances while his brother made 51 appearances.
4.Jordan Ayew And Andre Ayew
Jordan Ayew and Andre Ayew have made 121 appearances for the Ghana national team between them.The third ayew brother has represented his country for six times.Their dad Abedi Pelle made 101 caps between him and his brother Kwame Ayew.
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