Original England Away Jersey 1993-1995 - L

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  • Away Jersey
  • Year: 1993-1995
  • Player: Alan Shearer, Tony Adams, Paul Cascoigne
  • Size: L (53 cm x 72 cm)
  • Brand: Umbro
  • Sponsor: -
  • Details: Excelent conditon, rare away shirt with an uncommon collar.

Despite sharp criticism, Taylor remained the national coach. The qualification campaign for the 1994 World Cup began with a disappointing draw against a defensively strong Norway, who equalized through Kjetil Rekdal just before the final whistle. England then secured three victories, putting them in a strong position before their match against the Netherlands, who had a slow start to the qualifiers. England took an early 2-0 lead within 23 minutes, thanks to goals from John Barnes and David Platt. However, the Netherlands quickly responded with a goal from Dennis Bergkamp, assisted by Jan Wouters. Wouters also elbowed Paul Gascoigne, forcing him out of the game after halftime, but went unpunished. In the second half, England appeared to hold their lead until Des Walker fouled Mark Overmars in the penalty area in the final moments of the match. Substitute Peter van Vossen scored the equalizer from the penalty spot. England's qualification hopes were further jeopardized by a 1-1 draw in Poland and a 2-0 defeat in Norway. By the penultimate match, England and the Netherlands were tied on points, trailing behind the already-qualified Norway. The decisive match took place at De Kuip in Rotterdam. In the second half, Ronald Koeman fouled David Platt outside the penalty area, but referee Assenmacher did not issue a red card. Minutes later, Koeman scored from a free kick, putting England behind. Although Paul Merson hit the post, Dennis Bergkamp later sealed the game for the Netherlands with a 2-0 victory. England's hopes rested on a Dutch defeat against Poland, but the Netherlands won 3-1, leading to Graham Taylor's resignation.