South American giants Brazil have revealed their third shirt that they may wear in case of a colour clash at the 2010 World Cup. If the shirt is not worn, they will likely use it on various occasions after the tournament.
The 2002 World Cup winners eased to top spot in their regional qualification section with plenty of matches to spare. Nevertheless, the pre tournament favourites have been handed a tough group stage draw that includes a Cristiano Ronaldo inspired Portugal and dark horses Ivory Coast. However, with players such as Kaka, Robinho and Luis Fabiano in their side, Brazil will be favourites to emerge from the so called dubbed “group of death”.
The new Brazil 2010 World Cup third shirt is predominately black with a mesh fabric in the same colour that runs down the sides. Manufacturers Nike place their yellow “tick” logo in the top right of the shirt whilst the national badge is situated in the top left. Five gold stars are positioned above the badge is celebrate their record amount of World Cup triumphs. The collar is a black round neck and a large squad number is situated across the middle of the shirt.
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