Michael Owen's signed World Cup shirt up for auction
A shirt which former Liverpool FC striker Michael Owen wore during the 2002 World Cup is heading to auction to raise money for charity.
The signed shirt was worn by Owen when he won a penalty against Argentina, which David Beckham scored, securing England a 1-0 victory.
The shirt is being auctioned through CharityStarz to raise money for A-Star Foundation, which encourages young people away from negative role models and crime.
The auction is due to end on the 27th of January.
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