We’re on to the third shirt to be given away now in our bid to encourage reds to dig out their old jerseys instead of buying the latest strip. If you’re undecided, read the thinking behind this move.
The shirt on offer this time around is from 2002-2004, the home strip for league and FA Cup winning seasons. This was the first shirt Nike did for us after we moved over from Umbro. An occasion where it might be well remembered is following a Diego Forlan goal in 2002. He struck the ball brilliantly, giving United a 2-1 lead with just five minutes left to play, then celebrated wildly by removing his shirt. However, by the time of the restart, Forlan still hadn’t managed to put his shirt back on and even managed to track back and win the ball for United.
Q. Which team did Forlan score this goal against?
Send your answers, full name, shirt size and address to email@example.com. As a winner, you would be asked to e-mail a picture of yourself wearing the shirt once it arrives to use on the blog.
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