Neymar JR Match issued/worn Shirt, Champions League Final 2015, Juventus-Barcelona
Win the Barcellona FC shirt, issued/worn by the Brazilian forward Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior during Champions League final 2015 against Juventus FC.
The so much awaited match, competed for at the OlympiaStadion in Berlin on the 6th of June 2015 ended 3-1 in favour of the Catalans, who achieved their 5th Champions League cup.
The Croat Ivan Rakitic opened the field at the 4' of the first half: despite the difficulties at the beginning of the match, the Juventus team coached by Massimiliano Allegri found the strength to react. The goal scored at the 55' of the second half by Alvaro Morata was demolished by the miracles of Luis Suarez and Neymar, who concluded the recovery time with the goal that made the final score 3-1.
When we talk about Neymar Júnior, we talk about a true football legend: idol of the Brazilian National Team, O'Ney, at the age of 25, already scored 50 goals with his green and golden shirt and has been classified as the fourth best marker of all time, after Romario, Ronaldo and Pelè.
- Home short sleeved Barcellona FC shirt;
- Issued/Worn by Neymar;
- Barcellona FC emblem on the chest;
- Nike Sponsor;
- Match details applied on the chest;
- Patch Champions League applied on the right sleeve;
- Patch Respect applied on the left sleeve
- Internal label applied in sublimation
- Name and number applied in thin plastic
- #11, Size M
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