Peru 1978 World Cup Retro Football Shirt

Peru 1978 World Cup Retro Football Shirt
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Peru 1978 World Cup Retro Football Shirt. Peru’s opening match of the 1978 World Cup was against Scotland who went a a goal up after 14 minutes when Joe Jordan snapped up a chance from Quiroga?s parry. On the stroke of half-time, Cubillas passed to Cueto who equalised beyond Alan Rough. Just after the hour mark, Scotland won a penalty but Don Masson’s shot to Quiroga?s left was tame and waist high and was easily saved. Peru needed no further invitation to take control and in the 72nd minute Peru took the lead when Cubillas stroked a wonderful shot with the outside of his right foot past Alan Rough. Five minutes later, Cubillas extended the lead, rifling a shot to Rough?s right from just outside the box. Peru went on to top the group but crashed out at he second group stage after being thrashed by Argentina and Brazil.

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USA 1975 Retro Football Shirt

USA 1975 Retro Football Shirt
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USA 1975 Retro Football Shirt. The US had eliminated Mexico in 1972, and they vowed that would not happen again. To ensure this, the game was played at Toluca, 8000 feet above sea level. The Americans were serenaded with car horns overnight at their hotel, and possibly because they were concerned that the grass might become dehydrated, the Mexicans thoughtfully soaked the field shortly before the game and drowned it. In these conditions, and with their typical lack of adequate preparations, the US was flattened 8-0.The return match was more even: twice the US took the lead and the Mexicans tied it, before taking control in the 2nd half on their way to a 4-2 victory. Once again, the US was out of the Olympics. Ultimately, East Germany took the gold, Poland took the Silver and the Soviet Union took the bronze.

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Hungary 1954 World Cup Final Retro Football Shirt

Hungary 1954 World Cup Final Retro Football Shirt
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Hungary 1954 World Cup Final Shirt.When England went hunting for revenge following the 6-3 drubbing at Wembley this is the shirt that awaited them in Budapest in 1954. A v-necked design, it made England, the supposed teachers of the international game, appear out-dated in their traditional starched button up shirts and also brought about a new way of thinking at FA offices where a new v-neck design for the England national top was instituted following the team’s 7-1 defeat and return to London.

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