2008-09 Manchester United Third Shirt (Good) L
Condition of shirt - Good
Size - Large (42-44")
Condition details - Bright colours, badges are stitched, several light press marks throughout front and sleeves, slight wear and fade to sponsor, nice material feel with a couple of bobbles and pulls
Made by - Nike
Team mates - Ronaldo, Tevez, Rooney, Ferdinand, Vidić, Park
Features - 40th Anniversary embroidery of 1968 European Cup stitched around the club badge
Notes - Third shirt as worn when the side thrashed Arsenal 3-1 at The Emirates - thanks to two great goals from Ronaldo - to seal their place in the Final of the Champions League. This Nike design pays tribute to the United side that won the 1968 European Cup Final. Led by Bobby Charlton, United would beat Benfica 4-1 at Wembely. In the 2009 final, early goals from Samuel Eto'o and Messi secured a victory for Barcelona.
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