BUNDESLIGA 1996-97 Dortmund Match Worn Champions League Home Shirt #14 Breathable Short Sleeved Jerseys DB72910 DB72910

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Condition of shirt - ExcellentSize - XLCondition details - Very bright colours, pristine material feel, patch, sponsor and printing are great for age Made by - NikePlayer - Scotland international defensive midfielder Paul Lambert #14 Player issue features - Correct player size flock print and Champions League starball professionally heat pressed, Die Continentale sponsor with only the company logo and no text unlike the Bundesliga shirts to meet UEFA regulations, the sponsor is flock rather than screen printed as it is on the replica version, no Nike patch on lower front, swapped with a Man United player comes from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be providedNotes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Lambert in the Champions League Semi Final 1st leg against Manchester United played at Westfalenstadion on the 9th April 1997. Dortmund had made it to the Quarter Finals in 95-96 and were now within two matches of the Final but first they had to see off the English champions. Substitute René Tretschok got BVB a shock late winner on home soil to and Ottmar Hitzfeld's men would hold firm and win again by the same scoreline at Old Trafford a fortnight later to put themselves in the Final in Munich. Against the odds this great and iconic Dortmund side of the era with the likes of Sammer, Kohler, Möller and Ricken pulling the strings famously defeated the holders Juventus to lift the trophy for the first time in their history. Lambert played the full match and featured in all of the the club's matches in the competition this year in his first season in Germany after a surprise signing from Motherwell. The midfielder returned to Scotland with Celtic in November '97 but is fondly remembered for his brief but highly successful spell with the club. The team's performance on the pitch famous combined with their unique fluorescent shirts really put the club on the European footballing map at this time, it really was a special period for Die Schwarzgelben