Netherlands away football shirt 2006/08
Comments: Away shirt which was worn in the 'Battle of Nuremberg' between Holland and Portugal at the 2008 World Cup. Russian referee Valentin Ivanov issued a FIFA World Cup record four red cards and an unprecedented sixteen yellow cards, setting a new record for cards shown at any FIFA-administered international tournament.
Dutch squad included Kuyt, Van Persie, Seedorf, Robben, Van Nistelrooy and Van Bommel.
Very small and feint blemish on the reverse of the left sleeve.
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