Condition: 7/10 Good. Some small bobbles & pulls. A few small faint shadow marks
Size: Adult’s Small
Chest Measurement: 36-38 Inches / 92-97 CM
Player: Roberto Carlos
Patches: La Liga / Centenary
Official Adidas Real Madrid away football shirt from the 2002 season. Complete with R.Carlos #3 on the back of the shirt in official lettering, original La Liga & centenary patches on the sleeves.
Although this jersey was also used for the 2002/03 season, the plain 'no sponsor' version of the jersey was worn by the club during the 2002 calendar year of the 2001/02 La Liga season. The club changed to this strip from their original 2001/02 jersey to celebrate the club's centenary year (details on the sleeve). The club's new 'Siemens Mobile' sponsor did not appear on the shirt until the beginning of the 2002/03 season.
Condition of this classic football jersey is 7/10 - Good. Some small bobbles & pulls. A few small faint shadow marks (see photos).
Roberto Carlos won four La Liga titles with Madrid, and played in the 1998, 2000 and 2002 UEFA Champions League finals, assisting Zinedine Zidane's 2002 winning goal, considered one of the greatest goals in Champions League history. He was named as Club Defender of the Year and included in the UEFA Team of the Year in 2002 and 2003. In the later part of his Real Madrid career, Carlos was named as one of the club's "three captains" alongside Raúl and Guti.
Renowned for getting forward from his left-back position and scoring spectacular goals, in February 1998 he scored arguably his most memorable goal for Real Madrid with a bending volley struck with the outside of his left foot from near the sideline in a Copa del Rey match against CD Tenerife in what was described as an "impossible goal".
On the final day of the 2002–03 season, with Madrid needing to beat Athletic Club to overtake Real Sociedad and win their 29th La Liga title, Carlos scored from a free-kick in the second minute of first half stoppage time to put los Blancos 2–1 ahead. The team eventually ran out 3–1 winners to wrap up the title. On December 6, 2003, Carlos scored the opening goal for Madrid as they beat Barcelona in El Clásico at Camp Nou for the first time in a La Liga match in 20 years.
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