Morocco 1998 player shirt by Puma believed to have been match worn by Abrami in the 1998 World Cup Group A match against Scotland played at Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne on the 23rd June '98.

Both teams went into the match hoping that Brazil, as expected, would beat Norway and thus open up the possibility for one of them to qualify as runners-up.

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Scotland player shirt by Umbro believed to have been issued to or worn by a #16 in the 1982-85 period. This design was used at the 1982 World Cup and in qualification for Euro '84.

Correct player size flock print professionally heat pressed, fully embroidered crest and Umbro logo, fleece lined material made from 70% nylon 30% acetate, long-sleeved.

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Belgium 1964 player shirt believed to have been match worn by Cornelis in the friendly match against England played at Wembley Stadium on the 21st October 1964.

Despite facing up against a talented England team which included the likes of Bobby Moore, Jimmy Greaves and George Cohen (as well as future England manager Terry Venables) the Red Devils came out with an impressive 2-2 draw after goals from Cornelis himself and all-time great Paul Van Himst cancelled out Pickering and Hinton England strikes.

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Real Madrid 1978 player shirt by Mont-halt believed to have been match worn by San José in the friendly match against Manchester United played at Old Trafford on the 7th August 1978.

The match was played to celebrate the centenary of the English giants and who better for them to face than the 6-time European Cup winners and reigning La Liga champions. Los Blancos gave their birthday present in the form of their defending in the match as United rampantly ran out 4-0 winners on the day.

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Club Nacional 1999 player shirt by Fila believed to have been match worn by Jorgeao in a friendly match against PSV Eindhoven on the 29th May 1999.

The match was to celebrate the club's 100th anniversary and was a repeat of the famous 1988 Intercontinental Cup game when Nacional became the best team in the world after an epic penalty shoot-out.

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Valencia 1999-00 player shirt by Luanvi believed to have been worn by Carboni in the Champions League Group F match against PSV played at the Mestalla on the 3rd November 1999.

This was the final matchday in the group and Valencia were assured of a place in the next round while PSV were already out. Los Che were after top spot in the group though ahead of Bayern Munich and achieved that thanks to a 1-0 victory here secured by a controversial 70th minute Claudio López free-kick.

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Romania 2003 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been issued to Rădoi for the Euro 2004 Qualification Group 2 match against Denmark played at Stadionul Naţional, Bucharest on the 29th March 2003.

Both sides were ambitious to win the group and both were going into this game having already dropped points so the pressure was on. It was to be Romania who suffered a further setback though unfortunately in this thrilling encounter that ended in a 5-2 triumph for Denmark.

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Italy 2008 player shirt by puma believed to have been match worn by Panucci in the Euro 2008 Group C match against Holland played at Stade de Suisse, Bern on the 9th June '08.

This was the match when the World Champions were stunned by an unfancied Dutch outfit in their opening game at the tournament. Roberto Donadoni's men were unexpectedly overwhelmed by a brilliant performance from Holland who led 2-0 at half-time after goals from van Nistelrooy and Sneijder, the second goal a superb piece of conter-attacking.

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South Korea 1998 player shirt by Nike believed to have been issued to or match worn by Yoo Sang-chul in the 1998 World Cup Group E match against Holland played at Stade Vélodrome, Marseille on the 20th June 1998.

Korea took a 5-0 hammering off the Dutch in this game with Cocu, Overmars, Bergkamp, van Hooijdonk and de Boer running riot.

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Holland 2004 player shirt by Nike believed to have been issued to Davids for the Euro 2004 Semi Final against Portugal played at Estádio José Alvalade, Lisbon on the 30th June '04.

Davids started the match in a midfield three alongside Seedorf and Cocu. The Dutch went into the game against the hosts after beating Sweden on penalties and finishing runners-up in their group but ahead of rivals Germany.

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