1999-00 AC Milan Match Worn Centenary Home Shirt Bierhoff #20 (v Udinese)

1999-00 AC Milan Match Worn Centenary Home Shirt Bierhoff #20 (v Udinese)
1999-00 AC Milan Match Worn Centenary Home Shirt Bierhoff #20 (v Udinese) 1999-00 AC Milan Match Worn Centenary Home Shirt Bierhoff #20 (v Udinese) 1999-00 AC Milan Match Worn Centenary Home Shirt Bierhoff #20 (v Udinese)

1999-00 AC Milan Match Worn Centenary Home Shirt Bierhoff #20 (v Udinese)

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Condition of shirt - Very Good


Size - XL


Condition details - Bright colours, badges are stitched, some marking to sponsor caused during use, nice material feel, some colour run and light wear to print


Made by - Adidas


Player - Aerial dangerman and prolific German international striker Oliver Bierhoff #20


Player issue features - Correct player size and style print professionally heat pressed, cloth amterial Lega Calcio patch and '100 Milan' centenary patch machine stitched to sleeve, swapped with a Udinese player and comes from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided


Notes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Bierhoff in a Serie A match against Udinese played at the San Siro on 14th May 2000. This was the second meeting of the sides this season, with Milan grinding out a 1-0 win in Udine thanks to a Shevchenko goal. The return fixture was much more one-sided with the Rossoneri running riot with a 4-0 demolition, with a trademark Bierhoff bullet header in the 13th minute opening the scoring, before goals from Shevchenko, West and Leonardo wrapped up the win. This was the last game of the season in which the reigning champions could only secure a 3rd place finish, whilst only reaching the Quarter-Finals of the Coppa Italia and failing to make it out of the Champions League group stages. This was Bierhoff's second season in Milan, where he spent 3 season before moving to Monaco in 2001, having scored 45 goals in 119 games across all competitions. The target man played between 1986-2003 for 9 different clubs in 4 league including the likes of Hamburg, Ascoli and Udinese. He made his senior debut for Germany in 1996, and soon became a national hero as he came off the bench in the final of Euro '96 to equalise against the Czech Republic, before going on to score the golden goal in the 95th minute and seal European glory