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Fredy Guarin is the type of player who managers love and opponents fear. He is extraordinarily gifted, supremely creative and capable of playing anywhere in midfield, taking on defenders confidently and striking from distance with either foot. He rose to stardom at Porto where he helped the legendary Portuguese club win 10 titles in four seasons, including the 2011 UEFA Europa League crown. Now playing with Inter Milan, Guarin is filling the cleats left by Wesley Sneijder.

Representing his native Colombia, Guarin is part of a golden generation soaring to new heights. He helped Los Cafeteros qualify for 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™, ending a 16 year absence from the event, and reach third in the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings, the best mark in the country's history.

Cheer on Colombia in this official home jersey from adidas.

Colombia clinched its first trip to the FIFA World Cup™ since 1998 on October 12 in a thrilling match against Chile.

This is the jersey Colombia will wear to take on the world.

Inspired by the country's passion for the sport, this brilliant jersey is not to be missed on the field or in the stands.

100% polyester.

NOTE: Due to national team selection process, we cannot guarantee that this player is going to wear this number, or that he will play in Brazil until the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ squads are confirmed later this year.


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The official ball for the 2002 World Cup was the adidas Fevernova. Rules of the Game: An indirect free kick is awarded to the opposing team if a goalkeeper touches the ball with his hands after he has received it directly from a throw-in taken by a teammate. The rules of the game were first written down in 1863 by the newly formed Football Association in England. Unlike the Olympics, FIFA recognizes the four Home Nations of the United Kingdom - England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland- as separate entities. American Bert Patenaude scored the first hat trick in World Cup history in a 3-0 victory over Paraguay in 1930.