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When most people his age were just learning how to drive a car, Nuri Sahin was steering balls into the back of the net. The talented Turkish midfielder was just 16 years old when he made his debut with Borussia Dortmund and is both the youngest player to ever feature in a German Bundesliga match and score a goal. By the time he turned 22, Sahin was voted the player of the season in the German top-flight. Now, after adventures abroad with Real Madrid and Liverpool, he's back home where he belongs with Der BVB, standing out in midfield with his expert vision and technical gifts. Fluent in five languages, Sahin speaks soccer best of all.

Show your support for the Borussia Dortmund with this official home jersey from PUMA.

This Dry Cell jersey has a unique V-neck collar with insert. PUMA cat logo embroidered over the right chest and both sleeves. The Borussia Dortmund team badge is embroidered over the left chest. BVB is screened at the back collar. Sublimated print covers front of the jersey for a cool look.

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