Zieler shirt, worn in Germany-Argentina 13/07/14, 2014 World Cup Final
This auction is for the green Germany worn on the bench by the goalkeeper Ron-Robert Zieler for the Germany-Argentina, World Cup Final 2014 match, played in Rio de Janeiro on 13 July 2014. The match was won 1 - 0 by the German team, thanks to a goal from Gotze in extra-time.
- Green shirt with long sleeves
- Worn on the bench by Rob-Robert Zieler
- Germany crest on chest
- Sponsor Adidas
- Competition badge on both sleeves
- Details of the match on the chest
- Name and number applied in thin plastic
- #12, size 8
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