Condition of kit - Very Good
Size - Large
Condition details - Bright colours, badges and print are stitched, noticeable mud marks to print on shirt and throughout shorts caused during use, one of the socks has a small 1cm hole in to the ankle/heel area, shorts and shirt have nice material feel
Made by - Umbro
Player - Prolific Tottenham Hotspur striker Gordon Durie #11
Player issue features - Correct player size print to shirt and shorts professionally machine stitched, fully embroidered crest and Umbro logo, long-sleeved version shirt, shorts and socks are not commercially available to this specification, comes from the players own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided together with a match programme and SFA letter from this game
Notes - Extremely rare player kit believed to have been worn by Durie during the 1992 European Championship Group 2 qualifying match against San Marino played at Hampden park, Glasgow on 13th November 1991. This was the final group game for the Scots, and were still in with a chance of reaching the finals in Sweden, despite losing 1-0 to Romania last time out. They had already beaten the minnows 2-0 in Serravalle earlier in the group, and this time they secured an even more comfortable win as they won 4-0. First half goals from McStay, Gough and Durie had the match virtually over before half-time, with McCoist adding the fourth just after the hour mark. This victory, along with Switzerland's loss to Romania ensured than Scotland had qualified for Euro '92. Durie played the full match and scored the side's third goal with a deft finish that rolled into the empty net past the out-rushing San Marino keeper. The Tottenham striker earned 43 caps for his country after making his debut in 1987, going on to score 7 goals whilst featuring at both Euro '92 and '96
Switzerland played at Wankdorf Stadiu, Berne on 11th September 1991. The side had just come off the back of a thumping 7-0 victory over minnows San Marino. This time out they had to settle for a point, but it will have felt like more as they managed to produce a superb second half display to come from 2 goals down to draw 2-2. Chapuisat and Hermann gave the Swiss the lead going into the interval, but Durie produced a Man of the Match performance to inspire Scotland to come back, scoring minutes after half-time before strike-partner McCoist pounced on a rebounded shot to fire home the equaliser in the 83rd minute. This result ensured the Scots stayed unbeaten in the group at this stage, as they went on to finish top of the group, whilst only losing once. The striker earned 43 caps between 1987-98, scoring 7 times including several goals in qualification for Euro '92.