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  1. Viva Mexico!
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Viva Mexico!

Omar Bravo is a veteran forward that has been a staple of the Mexican national team for the last ten years. Bravo is renowned his deft finishing and his impeccable pace which always seems to put him in the right place at the right time to score goals. Show some love for Bravo when he suits up to take the field with the rest of el Tricolor.

Tricolor fans can support their squad in the cold with this official long sleeve jersey. This ClimaCool long sleeve jersey has the Mexican team badge and adidas logo on the front. The inside collar reads "Somos Guerreros" and "MEXICO" is printed below the back collar.

100% polyester. Imported.


Apoya a Omar Bravo con esta camiseta oficial de local de México. Viene con logotipo de adidas bordado sobre el pecho derecho y escudo nacional sobre el izquierdo. La tecnología ClimaCool te brinda la ventilación adicional que necesitas para mantenerte fres

Rules of the Game: All field marking lines should not be more than 12 cm (5 inches) wide. Rules of the Game: In the event that the game ball should burst or fail somehow during the run of play, the referee will immediately stop the match until the game can be resumed by calling for a drop ball at the spot of the failure with a fresh ball. The Final of the 1994 World Cup was played in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. In the first US Open Cup Final, played in 1914, Brooklyn Field Club defeated Brooklyn Celtic, 2-1. 199,854 people filled Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro to watch the 1950 World Cup final between Brazil and Uruguay.