Watford FC x COPA That Deeney Goal Terry Socks

€ 12.95

Color: Black

Artículo # 1881

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After good performances over the 2012-13 Championship season, Watford and Leicester City reached the play-offs and faced off in pursuit of a place in the Final at Wembley against Crystal Palace.  No Watford fan could have guessed how dramatic this tie's climax would be.

As the game drifted into injury-time in the second leg, the aggregate was all-square at 2-2 - Watford leading 2-1 on the day after Leicester had won the first leg. Leicester were then awarded a contentious penalty which would have won them the game had Antony Knockaert scored. Instead Watford keeper Manuel Almunia made a brilliant double save to deny him.

In the confusion that followed, Watford broke immediately up the field and with Leicester struggling to get men back, Jonathan Hogg's knock-down was finished by Troy Deeney to instead give Watford the 3-2 aggregate victory and passage to the final.

Relive one of the most iconic moments in football history with this casual socks box set. All socks are produced in Italy using the highest quality materials and traditional craftsmanship. The socks are individually constructed on a 200-needle knitting machine using soft combed cotton yarns for ultimate comfort.

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Talle único 40-46 

  • 4 pares únicos
  • 85% Algodón peinado Italiano, 12% nylon, 3% Licra
  • 100% Fútbol
  • Tradicional de media pantorrilla
  • Fabricado en Europa
  • Lavar a máquina