Ricardo Giusti #8 Club Atletico Independiente (Argentina) Match Worn Shirt for Argentina First Division Tournament 1987-88.
-Last Le Coq Sportif model (Shirt has possible cut sleeves by Independiente Kitman - See pictures!!!)-
Provenance: *Player Collection* and swap to former Club Ferro Legend.
Ricardo Omar Giusti (born 11 December 1956 in Arroyo Seco) is an Argentine former footballer. A solid midfielder, he played most of his career with Argentine side Independiente. At international level, he won the FIFA World Cup with Argentina in 1986 and was also a runner-up in the 1990 edition of the tournament. With 53 caps Giusti is currently 38th in the appearance records for the Argentina national football team. He played a part in five major tournaments for his nation. During his career, Giusti played for Unión de Santa Fe, Argentinos Juniors and Newell's Old Boys, but he had most of his success with Independiente where he captained the team in their most successful era, and was part of the sides that won the Primera Division Argentina titles in the 1983 Metropolitano Championship and during the 1988–89 season. He was named as the club's best midfielder during Independiente's 90th anniversary. International career At international level, Giusti played a part in five major tournaments for Argentina. He won the FIFA World Cup with Argentina in 1986, where he played in every game for the eventual champions. He also played in the 1990 FIFA World Cup where, after missing the first two group matches, he went on to figure in every game up till the semi-finals where Argentina knocked out the hosts Italy. Giusti was sent off in that match after a second bookable offence where he elbowed Italian forward Roberto Baggio. Argentina were defeated 1–0 by West Germany in the final of the competition. Giusti is currently 22nd in the appearance records for Argentina with a total of 53 caps between 1983 and 1990.
Shirt details: Le Coq Sportif trademark. Made in Argentina. Size 42. Le Coq Sportif logo stamped in felt / flock material. Independiente shield stitched on the shirt. 'Mita' sponsor stamped in felt / flock material. See photos for all details!!