Condition: 9/10 Superb
Size: Adult's Small
Chest Measurement: 37-39 Inches / 95-99 CM
Colour: Silver, blue - black - neon red trim
Official Diadora Italy goalkeeper football shirt from the 1993/94 season. Complete with padded patches on the sleeves.
This is the rare 'player issue' version of the jersey. It does not feature a Diadora logo in line with FIGC regulations
Condition of this original football jersey is 9/10 – Superb (see photos).
After taking part in the 1990 World Cup without playing a minute, Pagliuca overtook Walter Zenga, Stefano Tacconi and Luca Marchegiani, becoming first choice goalkeeper for Italy at the 1994 World Cup under Arrigo Sacchi.
He received the dubious honour of being the first goalkeeper to be sent off in a World Cup match, when he was dismissed for handling outside his area against Norway. However, he returned after suspension to feature from the quarter-finals onwards with his team losing to Brazil in a penalty shootout. Despite the loss, Pagliuca became the first ever goalkeeper to save a penalty from a shootout in a World Cup final, denying Marcio Santos his shot.
In 1995, Pagliuca's international career was halted by the emergence of Juventus goalkeeper Angelo Peruzzi, his perceived career rival, and it would be 2 years before he returned to the Italy senior squad, although he took part at the Olympics with the under-21 side as an overage player in 1996.
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