Condition: 8/10 Excellent. Some fading to the colour of the collar. Some small bobbles & line pulls scattered around
Size: Adult's Large
Chest Measurement: 41-43 Inches / 104-109 CM
Colour: Yellow, green trim
Official Umbro Brazil home football shirt from the second half of the 1994 calendar year. Complete with Romarío #11 on the front & back of the shirt in official flock lettering.
This rare version of the jersey features the 1993/94 '3 crest' watermark design on the front of the jersey (representing the three World Cups won by the nation in the lead up to the summer's FIFA World Cup 1994). Brazil then went on to win the 1994 tournament, bringing their total of World Cup wins to four. consequently, a 4th star was added above the crest (but not yet on the watermark design). Brazil eventually released an properly updated version of the jersey later in 1994, featuring four evenly spread out stars above the crest, and four international crests in the watermarks design on the front.
Condition of this original football jersey is 8/10 - Excellent. Some fading to the colour of the collar. Some small bobbles & line pulls scattered around (see photos).
At the 1994 World Cup held in the United States, Romário partnered Bebeto in attack to lead his country to a record fourth World Cup title. Romário scored five goals in the tournament: one in each of the three first round matches, against Russia, Cameroon, and a trademark toe-poke finish against Sweden. He scored one against the Netherlands in the quarterfinals; and the game-winning header against Sweden in the semi-finals.
Romário also assisted Bebeto in the only goal of the match against the United States in San Francisco for the round of 16 elimination match. Although he did not get on the scoresheet in the final in Los Angeles against Italy, a game played in searing heat which ended as a goalless draw, he converted Brazil's second penalty in the shoot-out, which ended in a 3–2 win for Brazil. Romário won the World Cup Golden Ball as the most valuable player of the tournament, and was named in the World Cup All-Star Team. Romário is also the last player to have won the Golden Ball and the World Cup in the same tournament.
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