Condition of shirt - Excellent
Size - Small
Condition details - Bright colours, badge are stitched, sponsor and print are great, a few light marks to lower front, minimal wear to sleeve sponsor, nice material feel
Made by - Nike
Player - Tricky skilful French winger Anthony Knockaert #11
Player issue features - Correct player size print and Premier League sleeve patch professionally heat pressed, additional transfer material sponsor to left sleeve, a CFS COA will be provided
Notes - Very rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Knockaert in the Premier League match against Manchester United, played at Old Trafford on 25th November 2017. This was the sides' first fixtures this season and the first meeting between the two teams since their FA Cup clash way back in 1993. The game was fairly evenly matched with both sides enjoying some good chances, it remained a stalemate until midway through the second half when an unfortunate Lewis Dunk own goal gave the lead to the hosts. The Seagulls couldn't find an equaliser and the game finished 1-0, Knockaert played the full 90 minutes in his second season with the club after transferring from Standard Liège in 2016. The former Leicester City man made 37 appearances for the side in all competitions this season scoring three goals as Brighton finished 15th in the League. The Frenchman scored in draws with Bournemouth and Everton and found the net in the 4-1 thumping of Swansea at the Amex. This standout Nike design was also worn as the side's third kit in 2018-19.