2015-16 CSKA Moscow Match Issue Champions League Home Shirt Ignashevich (v Man Utd)

2015-16 CSKA Moscow Match Issue Champions League Home Shirt Ignashevich (v Man Utd)
2015-16 CSKA Moscow Match Issue Champions League Home Shirt Ignashevich (v Man Utd) 2015-16 CSKA Moscow Match Issue Champions League Home Shirt Ignashevich (v Man Utd) 2015-16 CSKA Moscow Match Issue Champions League Home Shirt Ignashevich (v Man Utd)

2015-16 CSKA Moscow Match Issue Champions League Home Shirt Ignashevich (v Man Utd)

£174.99

Condition of shirt - Mint


Size - Large (EU-7)


Condition Details - Pristine material look and feel, badges are stitched, sponsor, patches and print are superb


Made by - Adidas


Player - Club legend and Russia's most capped player Sergei Ignashevich #4


Player shirt features - Correct player size print and Champions League starball and UEFA Badge of Respect patches professionally heat pressed, smaller sponsor to meet UEFA regulations, only Adizero logo to lower front, more fitted design, transfer material Adidas logo, size listed as number (only for kit room versions), comes with a CFS COA


Notes - Rare player shirt believed to have been issued to or worn by Ignashevich during the Champions League Group B match against Manchester United played at Arena Khimki on 21st October 2015. This was matchday 3 with Krasno-sinie having lost to Wolfsburg and beaten PSV in their previous games. The side had to settle for a 1-1 draw in this match, with Martial equalising on the 65th minute for the visitors after Doumbia had put CSKA in front with 15 minutes gone. Ignashevich played the full match, featuring 10 times in the competition this season as the side finished bottom of the group with 4 points. The legendary Russian defender moved to CSKA in 2003 where he cemented himself as a linchpin of the side for 14 years as he made close to 550 appearances. He has also set the record of most appearances in the Russian Premier League, which stands at 479 games. His feats do not stop there, as he also holds the record for most caps for the Russian national team with 127 over a 16 year period