River Plate Men's Retro Soccer Jersey,1986, FATE O, Francescoli #9, Replica
River Plate Men's Retro Soccer Jersey,1986, FATE O, Francescoli #9, Replica
River Plate Men's Retro Soccer Jersey,1986, FATE O, Francescoli #9, Replica
River Plate Men's Retro Soccer Jersey,1986, FATE O, Francescoli #9, Replica
River Plate Men's Retro Soccer Jersey,1986, FATE O, Francescoli #9, Replica
River Plate Men's Retro Soccer Jersey,1986, FATE O, Francescoli #9, Replica
River Plate Men's Retro Soccer Jersey,1986, FATE O, Francescoli #9, Replica
River Plate Men's Retro Soccer Jersey,1986, FATE O, Francescoli #9, Replica

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River Plate Men's Retro Soccer Jersey,1986, FATE O, Francescoli #9, Replica

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River Plate, Men's Retro Soccer Jersey. 1986, FATE O, Francescoli #9, "Replica" 

After Francescoli won the 1983 Copa América with Uruguay, River Plate signed him later that year for $310,000. The following year, Francescoli was unable to show his potential, splitting time with other players. He saw more playing time towards the end of the season when the team reached the Argentine final, but was defeated 3–0 by Ferro Carril Oeste. Nevertheless, Francescoli, was voted the best South American footballer of 1984 for his performances for River Plate and the Uruguay national team, featuring alongside players such as Nelson Gutiérrez and Antonio Alzamendi, among others. Eager to excel with River Plate, Enzo rejected an offer from América de Cali (later found to be funded by the Cali Cartel) which was doing well that year and would go on to become the Copa Libertadores runners-up between 1985 and 1987.

Although the team did not win the championship in 1985, Francescoli was voted Argentina's best player, the first foreign player to be given the honour. He finally won the Argentine title with River Plate the next season, claiming the 1985–86 Championship which had been re-established as a single tournament. He ended the season as top scorer with 25 goals, three of which came in a 5–4 victory against Argentinos Juniors for the championship match and qualified for the Copa Libertadores. In January 1986, he scored his most famous goal: a decisive bicycle kick which gave River Plate a victory over the Poland national team in a friendly tournament organized by the five largest Argentine clubs.

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