He was speaking ahead of a quarterfinal clash in Port Elizabeth between the two sides.
Both countries have been wowing the world with some of the best football seen in South Africa this summer, reports The Sun.
Brazil have lived up to their expectations with three wins so far and a draw against the Portuguese and are the tournament favorites. Netherlands, on the other side, has proved they are definitely not an easy opponent and they have come with an intent to win the crown. The entertaining Dutchmen have shown class and ability with several quality displays.
Fabiano, the Samba striker, gunning for the Golden Boot after firing three goals on his nation's path to the last eight, said: "From what I've seen, Holland are quite attacking and have good players going forward."
"They''ll try and take the game to us so we''ll have to be careful as they''re very dangerous. But any team trying to attack Brazil are playing with fire," he added.
Holland are unbeaten in 23 games and should provide the Brazilians with their toughest test this summer so far.