*Unique* Janko Jankovic #20 Croatia National Team Match Issued Shirt vs Argentina National Team for Official Match played at Croatia, June 4, 1994.
Provenance: Argentina National Team Massagist.
Janko Jankovic (born 14 January 1963) ia a Croatian retired footballer who played as a forward. Jankovic was born in Split, Croatia, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. After playing in his country with NK Solin, HNK Hajduk Split (only two matches in one full season), RNK Split and HNK Rijeka, the 25-year-old moved to Spain, where he would remain for nearly one full decade until his retirement. Jankovic started at Real Valladolid, after signing at the same time as compatriot Mauro Ravnic – his teammate at Rijeka – and was an essential attacking element in his debut campaign, as the Castile and León club finished sixth in La Liga and reached the final of the Copa del Rey. After another year, Jankovic signed with Real Oviedo, teaming up with another two Croatians, Nenad Gracan and Nikola Jerkan. With the Asturians he left much of the offensive burden to veteran striker Carlos, only scoring once in double digits but never suffering relegation during his five-year spell, and helping with three goals in 33 games in his debut campaign as the team qualified for the UEFA Cup. Aged 32, Jankovic signed for Hércules CF, scoring ten times to help the Alicante side promote from the second division in his first year. After their immediate relegation, he retired from the game. International career In 1994, Jankovic played two matches for the Croatian national team, his debut coming on 23 March as he featured the first half in a 2–0 friendly win against Spain, in Valencia.
Shirt details: Kappa trademark. Made in Italy. Size XL. Kappa logo sublimated on the shirt. Croatia shield stitched on the shirt. Numbers stamped on the shirt. See photos for all details!!