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1990/91 Italy Home Football Shirt Schillaci #19 (M)

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Relive Salvatore Schillaci's 1990/1991 international season with this vintage Diadora home long sleeve football shirt.

Salvatore Schillaci
Adults Medium
9/10 - Superb.
Chest measurement
38-40 Inches / 98-106 CM
Shirt manufacturer
Shirt Colour
Blue, green - red - white trim

Official Diadora Italy home long sleeve football shirt from the 1990/1991 international season. Complete with #19 on the back of the shirt.

The condition of this original football shirt is 9/10 Superb (see photos).

All size and manufacturers label present (see photos). The material is bright, vivid and smooth. All names, numbers, and patches are all also in superb condition.

After making one over-age appearance for the Italy Under-21 side, under Cesare Maldini, Schillaci made his senior international debut for Italy under manager Azeglio Vicini, on 31 March 1990, in a 1 0 friendly away win over Switzerland, in Basel. He was subsequently called up to Italy's squad for the 1990 World Cup, to be played on home soil.

At the 1990 World Cup, Schillaci replaced Andrea Carnevale during Italy's first match against Austria. He scored the decisive goal as the match ended with a 1 0 win for Italy. Against the USA, Schillaci again made an appearance as a substitute, but he started the next match, against Czechoslovakia, alongside Roberto Baggio. Italy won 2 0, with Baggio and Schillaci both scoring. Schillaci started alongside Baggio in Italy's next two matches of the knock-out stages, also opening the scoring in the second round and quarter-finals, against Uruguay and the Republic of Ireland respectively, and setting up Aldo Serena's goal against Uruguay.

For the semi-final match against defending champions Argentina, Gianluca Vialli replaced Baggio in the starting line-up, whereas Schillaci kept his place in the team. The match ended 1 1, with Schillaci scoring his fifth goal of the tournament, but Italy was eliminated after a penalty shoot-out, in which he controversially refused to take a penalty.

After setting up Baggio's opening goal, Schillaci scored the winning goal in Italy's 2 1 win in the third-place match against England from a penalty, and won the Golden Boot, with six goals, as well as the Golden Ball Award for the best player of the tournament. Overall, he scored seven goals in sixteen caps for Italy between 1990 and 1991, scoring his only other goal for Italy in a 2 1 away against Norway, in 1991, in a UEFA Euro 1992 qualifying match.

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