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EL TRI

Giovani dos Santos has already made a name for himself with both club and country. While playing on the world's stage in 2010 he was runner up for young player of the tournament! Dos Santos is known for his speed, crisp passing abilities and striking prowess making him a legitimate threat every time this young star gets the ball for the Mexican national team!

Worn for the first time during the vital FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Panama. This is the jersey you should be wearing when you cheer El Tri on.

Show your support for El Tri in 2014 with this official home jersey from adidas.

Traditional green shirt for Mexico with lightning bolt design sublimated on the front with official Mexico team badge and adidas logo. Mexico is screened at the back collar.

Official replica jersey in Mexico's signature colors, with bold, sublimated graphics that evoke a throwback feel. Screen printed Mexico federation crest and adidas logo on the front.

100% polyester.

NOTE: This product is the official replica jersey of Mexico. It does not feature technologically advanced materials on the authentic jersey.


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