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Cheer on Die Mannschaft!

Mesut Ozil's second-half breakaway against England was shocking. Ozil left England's Gareth Barry in a cloud of dust before calmly setting up Thomas Muller for the fourth and final goal. At just 21 years of age, Ozil has played with poise and savvy.

This jersey pays homage to the rich history of the German national team with an elegant white strip that features thin diagonal stripes in the color of Germany's flag. The white kit boasts a classic design that recalls the home kits worn by Die Mannschaft in years past such as the team's 1980 European championship.

The ClimaCool jersey has a comfortable, subtle V-neck collar with the German team badge and adidas logo applied at front. "Deutscher Fussball Bund" is printed below the back collar.

100% polyester. Imported.


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