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Paulo Dybala (Juventus) adidas COPA 19+

This weekend saw a clash of Italian titans, as table-topping Juventus took on AC Milan. And it was this grand occasion that Argentine striker Paulo Dybala chose to switch into the 'Virtuso Pack' colourway of his COPA 19+. Dybala scored a penalty as Juve came from behind to win the game 2-1.

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Matteo Guendouzi (Arsenal) adidas Predator 19+

Spotted recently training in the Zidane Golden Predator Accelerator, Arsenal's midfield battler Matteo Guendouzi got with the on-pitch programme this week. The Frenchman wore the 'Virtuso Pack' Predator 19+ in the Gunners' 1-0 loss to Everton.

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Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (Paris Saint-Germain) PUMA ONE 19.1

So Choupo-Moting had an eventful match against Strasbourg. He scored early on, then, with his side needing the win to clinch the league title, he inexplicably blocked Christopher Nkunku's certain goal. And he did it all in the PUMA 'Hacked Pack' ONE 19.1. PSG went on to draw the match 2-2 with the title having to wait until next week...

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Sam Kerr (Australia) Nike Mercurial Superfly VI

Two heavyweight contenders for this summer's Women's World Cup went head to head in a friendly this week, with the Matildas taking on the USWNT. Sam Kerr, Australia's talismanic striker, wore the Nike Mercurial Superfly VI 'LVL UP' for the occasion, scoring in a 5-3 defeat.

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Denis Suarez (Arsenal) Nike Total 90 Laser I

Denis Suarez hasn't been getting much game time at Arsenal recently, so to console himself he obviously bought the rereleased T90 Laser I, which he then wore in training this week. Fair 'buff. Man City's Phil Foden also sported a pair in training ahead of the FA Cup semi.

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Adama Traore (Wolves) Nike Mercurial GS360

In preparation for the FA Cup semi-final clash with Watford at Wembley this weekend, Wolves winger Adama Traore trained in a pair of Nike iD Mercurial GS360 boots, which he had personalised with a black rear foot and a volt forefoot that featured a speckled design. He didn't take them on to the Wembley pitch though and Wolves lost to a heart-breaking extra-time Watford goal, the game ending 3-2.

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Jordan Ibe (Bournemouth) Nike Mercurial GS360

Another man rocking a personalised pair of Mercurial GS360 boots in training was Bournemouth's Jordan Ibe. The winger opted for a black rear foot and white forefoot for a clean look all round. A tribute to the second generation Green Speed design.

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Harry Winks (Spurs) adidas Predator 19.1

Spurs played their first game in their new stadium this week, and midfielder Harry Winks dressed for the occasion, opting for the golden adidas Predator 19.1 Beckham x Zidane boot that was released for the Pred's 25 year anniversar. Winks got comfortable in them in training before wearing them when he came off the bench as Spurs christened their new pad with a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace.

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Declan Rice (West Ham) adidas Predator 19+

Lot of big decisions for Declan Rice recently, and it looks like he's made another as he turned out for training this week in the 'Exhibit Pack' adidas Predator 19+. The English international had been wearing the Nike Tiempo Legend VII until recently.

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Jose Campana (Levante) Nike CTR360 Maestri II

Levante midfielder Jose Campana was spotted in 2012's Nike CTR360 Maestri II this week as his side drew 2-2 with Huesca. If Nike are looking to dip back into their archives for another blast of nostalgia, these have gotta be right up there.

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Ousmane Dembele (Barcelona) Nike Mercurial Vapor XII

Ousmane Dembele's recovery from injury continues as he races to be fit for Barca's Champions League clash against Manchester United. It took a step in the right direction as he took to the training field this week, and he did so in the Nike Mercurial Vapor XII 2002 design from the "Heritage Pack" which was inspired by iconic Mercurials from the past five World Cups.

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Kurt Zouma (Everton) Nike Hypervenom Phantom I

Prior to Everton's impressive win over Arsenal, Kurt Zouma decided to take things back to 2015, wearing the Nike Hypervenom Phantom I from the 'Highlight Pack' in training. That first-gen Hypervenom still boasts a strong following thanks to its super flexible but not-all-that-durable NikeSkin upper.

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Valentino Lazar (Hertha Berlin) adidas Glitch19

Hertha Berlin midfielder-come-fullback Valentino Lazar switched things up a bit this week while training at Schenkendorfplatz, which is a word we definitely copied and pasted. The Austrian went for the 'F50' Glitch19 skin, which pays homage to the 2004 F50+ ‘Spider’. Nice look, however he reverted back to the 'Exhibit Skin' for his side's 1-2 loss to Fortuna.