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Lot # 125: *Museum Piece* Alexis Sanchez #7 Chile National Team Match Prepared Issued Shirt against Argentina National Team for Copa America 2015 Finals played at Chile, July 4, 2015.*Provenance: Argentina National Team Staff Member*

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*Museum Piece* Alexis Sanchez #7 Chile National Team Match Prepared Issued Shirt against Argentina National Team for Copa America 2015 Finals played at Chile, July 4, 2015.

This jersey has the game data -match date of the finals and it was the first Copa America won by Chile National Team. Historic piece.

*Provenance: Argentina National Team Staff Member*

Alexis Alejandro Sánchez Sánchez (born 19 December 1988), also known mononymously as Alexis, is a Chilean professional footballer who plays as a forward for Serie A club Inter Milan and the Chile national team. Dubbed "El Niño Maravilla" (The Wonder Child), Sánchez began his senior club career playing for Cobreloa, and signed with Udinese in 2006, aged 18; he won consecutive league titles while on loan to Colo-Colo and River Plate. Sánchez was the subject of a record association football transfer when he signed for Barcelona in 2011 in a transfer worth €37.5 million, becoming the most expensive Chilean player of all time. There, Sánchez won six trophies, including a La Liga title and a Copa del Rey. He then joined Arsenal in 2014 in a transfer worth £31.7 million (€35 million), and won two FA Cups, the 2015 PFA Fans' Player of the Year, and was voted into the 2015 PFA Team of the Year. In 2018, he moved to league rivals Manchester United in a swap deal; he signed for Inter Milan a year later, and won a Serie A title. Sánchez made his senior international debut for Chile in 2006 at age 18, and has since earned over 135 caps, appearing in five major tournaments, becoming his country's most capped player and all-time top goalscorer. He led Chile to their first victory in a major tournament by winning the 2015 Copa América, scoring the winning penalty in the final; he captained the team to a repeat of this triumph at the Copa América Centenario, winning the Golden Ball for Best Player.

Shirt details: Puma trademark. Size M. Made in Turkey. Puma logo and Chile shield stamped on the shirt. Copa America patch & UNICEF patch stamped on the sleeves in felt / flock material. Match date stamped on the shirt. Name and number stamped on the shirt. See pictures for all details and Match date!!

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