........player exklusiv worn / issued boots


Renato Sanches' Adidas match worn boots. This made to measure boots were
worn during the season 2016/2017 with FC Bayern Munich. Both boots are
personalized with "RS 35" and a flag of Portugal. Sanches was called-up for
UEFA Euro 2016, making him the youngest Portuguese to be selected for an
international competition, breaking a record held by Cristiano Ronaldo for 12
years. Sanches made his competitive debut on 14 June in the team's opening
match against Iceland in Saint-Étienne, replacing João Moutinho for the final
19 minutes of a 1–1 draw. He contributed to the only goal of the match in a
1–0 extra-time victory in the round of 16 against Croatia on 25 June, and
was elected man of the match. Observing that performance, former
Portuguese international António Sousa said, "When he's on the ball you
don't notice how young he is. Physically and mentally he is more than
ready," while Fernando Santos exalted Sanches as a player immune to
pressure. Five days later in the quarter-finals against Poland, Sanches
overtook Ronaldo's record as the youngest Portuguese to start in a major
tournament. After a one-two with Nani, Sanches shot from outside the box
and equalised in the first half to become the youngest player to score in a
knockout match at a UEFA European Championship and the third-youngest
overall. Following the 1–1 draw, he scored Portugal's second attempt in their
penalty shootout victory, and was again elected man of the match. Following
the match, teammates Nani and José Fonte praised Sanches' stamina,
confidence and desire to learn from his elders. After his nation's 1–0
extra-time victory over hosts France in the final of the tournament, Sanches
received the Young Player of the Tournament Award for his performances.