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  1. Oranje crush
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Oranje crush

Striker Ruud van Nistelrooy is something of a living legend in European football. The veteran attacker has been scoring goals wherever he goes since the 1990s and is still a highly competitive player and remarkable finisher. Van Nistelrooy is the second highest goal scorer in UEFA Champions League history and is considered one of the best strikers of the last decade. Never count out Ruud van Nistelrooy when he hits the pitch with the Dutch national team.

In their bold orange, Holland's new jersey has a cool contrast panel design that is as striking as Holland's style of precise play.

Holland's historic orange is the color of the royal family, dating back to the Dutch founding father William of Orange. Today, the color orange - like this jersey - represents pride in all things Dutch.

Dri-FIT jersey with screened Nike logo and Holland team badge.

All of Nike's new home jerseys are made of recycled plastic bottles. 100% recycled polyester. Imported.


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