Giménez match worn shirt, Italy-Uruguay, WorldCup 2014 - unwashed
The Uruguay jersey worn by José Giménez during the Italy-Uruguay match of the Brazil World cup 2014, played on June 24th in Natal!
At the end of the game the uruguanian defense switched his jersey with the Italian opponent Giorgio Chiellini.
- White unwashed worn short sleeve jersey
- Rubber inserts
- Uruguay crest applied to chest
- Official FIFA WorldCup 2014 Brazil and Football For Hope patches on sleeves
Giorgio Chiellini ha deciso di metterla all'asta per sostenere il progetto di AriSLA.
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