Australian striker, Harry Kewell, sent the Socceroos through to the Round of 16 at the 2006 FIFA World Cup. His equaliser against Croatia has gone down in Australian football history as one of the nation's most important goals.
Kewell was left distraught by his first-half dismissal against Ghana in 2010. After being kept on the bench during the Socceroos' 4-0 defeat in their opening World Cup match against Germany, Kewell lasted just 24 minutes before he was sent-off for a deliberate hand-ball by Italian referee, Roberto Rosetti. He instinctively blocked Jonathan Mensah's shot on the goal line and said the decision had "killed" his World Cup dream.
As the Socceroos did not progress from the group, it would be Kewell's last match in the world's most prestigious football tournament. This design is a pixelated re-enactment of the moment that ended in controversy.
Rosetti Sends Kewell T-shirt
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- Crew neck
- Mid-weight, 180 GSM
- 100% combed cotton
- Neck ribbing, side seamed, shoulder to shoulder tape, double needle hems, preshrunk to minimise shrinkage
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