1993 Estonia Match Worn Away Shirt #4 (Prins) v Scotland

1993 Estonia Match Worn Away Shirt #4 (Prins) v Scotland
1993 Estonia Match Worn Away Shirt #4 (Prins) v Scotland 1993 Estonia Match Worn Away Shirt #4 (Prins) v Scotland 1993 Estonia Match Worn Away Shirt #4 (Prins) v Scotland

1993 Estonia Match Worn Away Shirt #4 (Prins) v Scotland

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£149.99

Condition of shirt - Excellent


Size - XL


Condition details - Bright colours, badges are stitched, nice material feel, print is great


Made by - Lotto


Player - Young Flora defender Igor Prinis #4


Player issue features - Correct size player size flock print professionally heat pressed, machine stitched crest and Lotto logo, swapped with a Scotland player and comes from their own collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided


Notes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Prinis during a 1994 World Cup Group 1 Qualification match against Scotland played at Pittodrie, Aberdeen on 2nd June 1993. This was the second meeting of the sides in the group, with the last match finishing in a 3-0 home defeat for Estonia. This game played out in a similar fashion with Scotland winning 3-1 after goals from Brian McClair and Pat Nevin in the first half gave them the lead, before a stunning long-range effort from Sergei Bragin in the 57th minute gave Estonia a slight chance, until Nevin grabbed his second of the match from the spot in the 72nd minute. Prinis played the whole match, as the young defender earned 20 caps between 1992-94 including making his debut against Slovenia in the sides first ever game as an independent country. During this campaign, Sinisärgid failed to qualify for USA '94 as they finished bottom of Group 1 with their only point coming in a 0-0 draw against Estonia