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Croatia 98/01 • Home Shirt • XL
Croatia 98/01 • Home Shirt • XL
Croatia 98/01 • Home Shirt • XL
Croatia 98/01 • Home Shirt • XL
Croatia 98/01 • Home Shirt • XL
Croatia 98/01 • Home Shirt • XL
Croatia 98/01 • Home Shirt • XL
Croatia 98/01 • Home Shirt • XL
Croatia 98/01 • Home Shirt • XL
Croatia 98/01 • Home Shirt • XL
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Croatia 98/01 • Home Shirt • XL

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Lotto
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€95,00
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€95,00
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Team: Croacia

Season: 98/01 (World Cup France 1998)

Brand: Lotto

Size: XL

Measurements: pit to pit: 59cm, length: 74cm

Kit: Home

Condition: 8/10 (there's a small amount of discoloration to the left shoulder, the white shoulder, that's barely visible in normal light. There's a very small amount of staining to the inside of the collar, normal for a used shirt of this age, and a couple of bobbles – otherwise outstanding condition for its age)

Players: Šuker, Boban, Bokšić, Bilić, Jarni, Prosinečki, Kovać, Štimac

Story of the shirt:

This historic and iconic shirt was worn by the Croatian national team in their debut World Cup in France in 1998. It turned out to be one of the proudest moments in the nation's football history, as the side went all the way to the semi-final, losing only to eventual winners France. Striker Davor Šuker was the star of the tournament, scoring six goals for his country and winning the Golden Boot in the process. Legend.