Adidas retro football shirt Germany 1990. Beautiful iconic retro football shirt from Germany. Players from the team were: Völler, Riedle, Kohler and Matthäus. The kit is new and available in the sizes: S, M, L, XL and XXL.
The FIFA World Cup Soccer 1990 was the fourteenth edition of an international soccer tournament between the national men's teams of countries affiliated with FIFA. The final round of the event was played in Italy from 8 June to 8 July.
Cameroon provided a tropical surprise during this tournament. The Indomitable Lions defeated favorite Argentina in the first round, and were only eliminated in the quarterfinals after extensions by England. It wasn't a good World Cup for the Netherlands. The high expectations after winning the European Championship were not fulfilled: the Orange did not win any games, and was eliminated 2-1 in the eighth finals by the later world champion West Germany. This match was also overshadowed by a spitting incident between Frank Rijkaard and Rudi Völler, after which both were sent off with a red card. Belgium won two games in the first round, but was eliminated by England in the eighth finals in the very last minute of the extensions.
Sportingly, the tournament was not a success, there was generally too hard and too defensive football. Sixteen red cards were dealt (previous World Cup eight) and the average goal score is the lowest number of all World Cups to date. Illustrative was the game in the final, where for the first time in a final a player was sent out of the field and for the first time a country did not score a goal. No fewer than seven of the eight matches from the quarter-finals were decided by a penalty shootout or a penalty kick in the match. After the tournament, FIFA took measures: in the event of a victory, the winner was given three instead of two points, the goalkeeper was no longer allowed to collect the ball when it was played back and the offside trap was adjusted in favor of the attacker.