Chile 1998 player shirt by Reebok believed to have been match worn by Galdames in the friendly match against England played at Wembley on the 11th February 1998.
This was the night that Marcelo Salas announced himself on the world stage with a stunning double-salvo to secure Chile's first ever win over England. The River Plate striked been in red hot form to fire La Roja to their first World Cup Final's since 1982 and Nelson Acosta's men looked in great shape ahead of France '98 here. Galdames was an unused substitute on the night and he would go on to miss out on a place in the squad for the tournament. This classic design shirt was kept on though but was altered so that the Reebok logo was less prominent.
Correct player size print professionally heat pressed, machine stitched crest and raised embossed Reebok logo, made in USA, no patch on lower front, different style crest compared to replica version, swapped with a England player and come from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided.