Don't miss the chance to take home this blue and white Argentina national football team home shirt, version from a match against Venezuela played in the Japan-Korea 2002 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, for former defender Juan Pablo Sorín.
The match played at the Mâs Monumental stadium in Buenos Aires on 28 March 2001 ended 5-0 to Argentina. Sorín scored the goal that took his team to 2-0.
Juan Pablo Sorín is an Argentine sports manager and former footballer, who played as a full-back or midfielder, sporting director of Cruzeiro. He is the only player who can boast winning the main continental club cup in the same season with two different teams: the UEFA Champions League with Juventus (1995/96) and the Copa Libertadores with River Plate (1996). Over the course of his career he played for numerous clubs, including Juventus, River Plate, Lazio, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Villarreal.
The item comes from the private collection of Argentine former midfielder René Houseman.
The auction winner will receive a digital Certificate of Authenticity via email after purchase.
- Blue and white short-sleeved home shirt
- Argentina emblem sewn onto chest
- Reebok sponsor
- Number in flocking
- #3, Size XL
Please note: This item was part of the match supply for the squad, was made available to the players on matchday and has particular characteristics that make it different from products found on general sale. No guarantee can be given that this item was worn by a player for the match, although there is a possibility that it was used and then washed after the game.
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