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Switzerland 2022/23 Training kit Large

Switzerland 2022/23 Training kit Large

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Get ready for the 2022 season with the official Switzerland Pre-Match Football Shirt by Puma. Back your team as they gear up for their 2022 World Cup games. This lightweight and breathable shirt incorporate dryCell technology, ensuring you stay dry and comfortable throughout. Size is Large and in perfect condition.

In the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Switzerland had a decent performance. They were part of Group G along with teams like Brazil, Serbia and Cameroon. Switzerland managed to advance to the knockout stage after finishing second in their group behind Brazil

In the Round of 16, however, Switzerland faced a tough challenge against a strong opponent, which might have resulted in their elimination from the tournament. Their journey was stopped by a massive 6-1 loss against Portugal. 

In the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Switzerland had several key players who played significant roles in their team's performance:

  1. Granit Xhaka: As the team's captain and central midfielder, Xhaka provided leadership on the field and controlled the tempo of Switzerland's play. Known for his passing ability and defensive work rate, Xhaka was crucial in linking defense to attack.

  2. Xherdan Shaqiri: A talented winger known for his dribbling skills and ability to create scoring opportunities, Shaqiri was a key attacking threat for Switzerland. His experience and creativity were valuable assets in breaking down opposing defenses.

  3. Haris Seferović: Switzerland's main striker, Seferović was tasked with leading the line and scoring goals for his team. With his physical presence and goal-scoring instincts, he posed a constant threat to opposing defenses.

  4. Ricardo Rodríguez: A reliable left-back, Rodríguez provided defensive solidity as well as an attacking outlet down the flank. His overlapping runs and precise crosses contributed to Switzerland's attacking play.

  5. Yann Sommer: The team's goalkeeper, Sommer played a crucial role in keeping Switzerland competitive with his shot-stopping abilities and command of the penalty area. He provided a last line of defense and instilled confidence in his teammates.

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