AC Milan 1990-91 Home Kit

AC Milan 1990-91 Home Kit

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Size: L

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Season Info: 

The AC Milan 1990-91 season was a highly successful one for the club, as they won the Serie A title and the European Cup.

Managed by Arrigo Sacchi, Milan had a dominant season in Italy, winning the league with a nine-point lead over second-placed Sampdoria. They had a solid defense, conceding only 19 goals in 34 league matches, and were led by the attacking trio of Marco van Basten, Frank Rijkaard, and Ruud Gullit.

In Europe, Milan had a difficult start to their campaign, losing their opening match to Red Star Belgrade. However, they recovered to top their group and progress to the knockout rounds. They faced Marseille in the final, which was played at the Stadio San Nicola in Bari, Italy. Milan won the match 1-0, with a goal from Frank Rijkaard, to secure their second European Cup title.

Milan's success was built on their solid defence, which included the likes of Franco Baresi, Paolo Maldini, and Alessandro Costacurta, as well as the attacking prowess of their forward line. Van Basten was the top scorer in Serie A with 25 goals, while Gullit and Rijkaard contributed 15 goals between them.

Overall, the AC Milan 1990-91 season is regarded as one of the greatest in the club's history, as they won the double of Serie A and the European Cup. Their success was built on a strong defence and a talented attacking lineup, and they would go on to win further trophies in the years to come under Sacchi's management.

Authenticity: The football kits being sold are authentic and original issues from their respective time periods, which make them highly desirable as collector's items. Please note that these kits are second-hand items, but we take great care to ensure that they are in very good condition. Each kit has been thoroughly inspected for any signs of wear and tear, and we guarantee that they are in a condition suitable for display. These football kits are rare and hard to find, as they are no longer being produced. They offer a tangible representation of a particular era in football culture, and are a perfect addition to any football enthusiast's collection.