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  1. Cheer on La Roja in Brazil
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Cheer on La Roja in Brazil

Humberto Suazo brings as impressive track record to the Chilean National Team. In 2006, he scored more international goals than any player in the world, and in qualification for South Africa, he netted more often than any other South American player.

Now the Monterrey man is looking to add to his career accomplishments by firing La Roja to success in Brazil. We wouldn't be against him.

Despite being drawn into a FIFA World Cup™ group with 2010 finalists Spain and Holland, Chile are sure to catch a few eyes in Brazil both because of stars Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal and their new jerseys from PUMA.

This away shirt features a faux V-neck with insert, a heat pressed and embossed badge and embroidered PUMA cat logo on the chest and both sleeves. The Chilean flag is heat pressed on the back, just below the neck.

PUMA's Dry Cell technology provides cool and comfort in any conditions.

100% polyester.


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