Condition: 8/10 Excellent. One small sewn up hole on the shoulder
Size: Adult’s Large
Chest Measurement: 42-44 Inches / 107-112 CM
Colour: Red, navy & gold trim
Player: Luis Enrique
Patches: Euro 1996 / Fair Play
Official Adidas Spain home football shirt from the 1996 international tournament. Complete with Luis Enrique #21 on the front & back of the shirt in official flock lettering, Euro 1996 & UEFA Fair Play patches on the sleeves.
Condition of this vintage football jersey is 8/10 - Excellent. One small sewn up hole on the shoulder (see photos).
Luis Enrique played for Spain in three FIFA World Cups: 1994, 1998 and 2002 (as well as UEFA Euro 1996), and scored 12 goals while gaining 62 caps. He was also a member of the gold-winning squad at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, and made his debut for the main side on 17 April 1991, featuring for 22 minutes in a 0–2 friendly loss to Romania in Cáceres.
In the 1994 World Cup, held in the United States, Luis Enrique scored his first international goal, in the round-of-16 3–0 win over Switzerland in Washington, D.C. In the 1–2 quarter-final defeat against Italy at Foxboro Stadium, Mauro Tassotti's elbow made contact with his face to bloody effect, the action being of such impact that he reportedly lost a pint of blood as a result, but during the match the incident went unpunished – Tassotti was banned for eight games afterwards, and never played internationally again.
At the 1998 World Cup, Luis Enrique played a major role in a 6–1 routing of Bulgaria in the last game of the group, scoring and assisting once and also winning a penalty, but the Spaniards were eliminated nonetheless. On 5 June of the following year he netted a hat-trick, in a 9–0 win in Villarreal over San Marino in the Euro 2000 qualifiers.
On 23 June 2002, Luis Enrique retired from international football, in order to give the younger players more playing time and focus only on his club.
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