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Fred is good early, having scored the quickest goal in professional soccer history (just 3.17 seconds in) while with America Mineiro, and he's been exceptional of late, too.

The Brazilian striker who now plays for Fluminese scored a dazzling double to defeat Spain in the 2013 Confederations Cup final. He topped the tournament with five goals.

Fred has the quality and class to wear the famed Brazil No. 9.

Show your love for Brazil in their official away jersey from Nike.

Brazil's away jersey's rich blue was inspired by the country's beautiful coastline and surf culture.

It features tonal stripes that are made up of tiny circles and diamonds mirroring the national flag.

Brazil's iconic team crest is larger on this year's shirt.

Inside the shirt, a diamond from the flag is encircled by the Portuguese phrase meaning, "Born to play football."

This authentic, match-ready jersey features ultra-soft DriFit technology, laser-cut side panel ventilation and an engineered mesh back for enhanced breathability.


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