Brazil keeper Julio Cesar called the Adidas ball to be used at the World Cup "horrible" and "terrible." ((Jamie McDonald/Getty Images) )

Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar is not happy with the ball that will be used during the World Cup, saying it looks like something from a "grocery store."  

Cesar also called the Adidas ball "horrible" and "terrible."  

The goalkeeper, who won the Champions League with Inter Milan last week, did not elaborate on his views of the lively ball.  

Cesar said "they are always trying to make things difficult for the goalkeepers," and later joked that he has only himself to blame for choosing to play the position.  

Brazil held its first full practice in South Africa on Friday.