Pogba's Match Shirt, Arsenal-Man Utd 2019
Take home this royal blue Manchester United third shirt, the version for a match against Arsenal, for French midfielder Paul Pogba.
The game was played at the Emirates Stadium in London on March 10 2019 and ended in a 2-0 win to the Gunners.
Adidas has continued its collaboration with environmental initiative Parley for the Oceans by creating a Manchester United Football Club kit from recycled ocean plastic. The design of the club's third kit, which can be worn as an alternative to the home or away kits, makes reference to the 50th anniversary of the club's first European Cup Final success over Benfica in May 1968.
The navy blue shirt takes its colour from the royal blue kit worn by the team in the historic game. The shirt also pays homage to the cup final victory with gold detailing on the adidas logo and club crest.
- Royal blue short-sleeved third shirt
- Manchester United emblem on chest
- Sponsored by Adidas
- Premier League patch on right sleeve
- Made with Parley for the Oceans technology
- Name and number in smooth plastic lettering
- Number 6
- Size 7
This item was supplied to the squad for a match, was made available to the players on matchday and differs from the shirts found on general sale. It is possible that this shirt was worn by the player for the match and then washed afterwards but it cannot be guaranteed.
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