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  1. The Legendary Jersey of the Rossoneri
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The Legendary Jersey of the Rossoneri

When all-time great Filippo Inzaghi retired and vacated AC Milan's famed No. 9 shirt, striker Alexandre Pato was the obvious choice to inherit the famed Rossoneri jersey. He made his name as a talismanic teenager in Brazil, breaking Pele's record as the youngest player ever to score in a FIFA competition when he found the back of the net at 17 years old in the 2006 FIFA Club World Cup and inspiring Internacional to Copa Libertadores glory. When he made the move to AC Milan at 19, Pato proved he could excel on an even bigger stage by scoring in his Serie A debut and netting a brace two weeks later. In In the five years that would follow, Pato managed to score close to a goal in every other game he played, a true sign of quality.

Support your favorite stars of the San Siro in this AC Milan away jersey from adidas.

This ClimaCool jersey has the adidas logo and AC Milan team badge on the front.

100% polyester.


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