Condition: 9/10 Superb
Size: Adult's Medium
Chest Measurement: 37-39 Inches / 95-99 CM
Colour: Red, gold trim
Seasons: 2013/2014 & 2014/2015
Patches: 2010 World Cup Champions
Official Adidas Spain home football shirt from the 2013/14 international season. Complete with 2010 World Cup Champions patch on the chest.
Condition of this original football jersey is 9/10 – Superb
Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing.
Spain were considered among the favourite teams to win the 2014 World Cup, a belief further supported by the group they were sorted in, which was composed by Chile, Australia and the Netherlands. Their first match in the World Cup was coincidentally the last one they played in 2010: A rematch of the 2010 final against Netherlands. Spain started taking the lead of the match thanks to a Xabi Alonso penalty kick, but the Dutch quickly responded to the goal and proved to be a superior team this time, equalising just before the half-time whistle thanks to a header from Dutch captain Robin van Persie from outside the penalty box.
The Dutch completed the turnaround of the scoreline after a second goal came from Arjen Robben, as the Spanish lost control of the match and ultimately suffered a disastrous defeat of 5–1 at Arena Fonte Nova.
Needing to right the ship against Chile in order to maintain their hopes of defending the title, the two teams faced in the Estádio do Maracanã. The Latin American team proved to be tougher than they expected and ultimately won the match 2–0.
With both matches lost, Spain became the fourth team to be eliminated in the group stages of the World Cup, and also entered the list of the defending World Cup champions who have been eliminated in the first group stages of the subsequent World Cup, along with Brazil in 1966, France in 2002 and Italy in 2010. Nonetheless, Spain defeated Australia 3–0 at the Arena da Baixada to secure a third-place finish in Group B with three points.
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