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2009/10 Barcelona Home La Liga Football Shirt Messi #10 (L)

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Relive Lionel Messi's 2009/2010 La Liga season with this original Nike Barcelona home football shirt.

Lionel Messi
Adults Large
9/10 - Superb.
Chest measurement
41-43 Inches / 105-111 CM
La Liga
Shirt manufacturer
Shirt Colour
Blue & red stripes, yellow trim

Official Nike Barcelona home football shirt from the 2009/2010 Ì_season. Complete with Messi #10 on the back of the shirt and La Liga patch on the sleeve.

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

The material is bright, vivid and smooth. Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing and a great piece of football memorabilia.

Barí_a's prosperity continued into the second half of 2009, as they became the first club to achieve the sextuple, winning six top-tier trophies in a single year.Ì_After victories in theÌ_Supercopa de Espaí±aÌ_andÌ_UEFA Super CupÌ_in August, they won theÌ_FIFA Club World CupÌ_againstÌ_EstudiantesÌ_on 19 December, with Messi scoring the winning 21 goals with his chest.Ì_At 22 years old, Messi won the Ballon d'Or and the FIFA World Player of the Year award, both times by the greatest voting margin in each trophy's history.

Unsatisfied with his position on the right wing, Messi resumed playing as a false nine in early 2010, beginning with a Champions League last 16 round match againstÌ_Stuttgart. After a first-leg draw, they won the second leg 40 with two goals and an assist from Messi. At that point, he effectively became the tactical focal point of Guardiola's team, and his goalscoring rate increased.Ì_Messi scored a total of 47 goals in all competitions that season, equal toÌ_Ronaldo's club record from the 199697 campaign.

He notably scored all of his side's four goals in the Champions League quarter-final againstÌ_ArsíÂne Wenger's Arsenal on 6 April, a rare achievement, while becoming Barcelona's all-time top scorer in the competition.Ì_Although they were eliminated in the Champions League semi-finals by the eventual champions, Inter Milan, Messi finished the season as top scorer, with eight goals, for the second consecutive year.Ì_As league top scorer in Spain and Europe with 34 goals, again tying Ronaldo's record, he helped Barcelona win La Liga with only a single defeat.

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