Although it has already been a year since it was unveiled, and precisely a few days before the 2018 World Cup began, the Nigeria shirt remains an absolute cult look for collectors from all over the world, many of whom are really disappointed because it has literally gone stolen for a few hours. A crazy kit that Iwobi & Co still wear today (but also the female soccer players, that will wear it at the upcoming Women's World Cup), who already months ago had been 'copied' by Primark, accused of having exaggeratedly inspired the most hype shirt of 2018.

Now another fairly obvious plagiarism attempt comes from Legea, the sportswear company from Campania that has created a new teamwear kit (ie those basic, freely customizable kits) called Girona which is unequivocally inspired by the pattern of the African uniform, its green base and its special white-black sleeves. The shirt, which costs just 17,90 euros inclusive of shorts, is easily found online on specialized retailers like Calcioshop, with four other alternative colour combinations.

Legea copies Nike Nigeria's stunning kit One of the new teamwear kits, called Girona, is identical to the one with which the Nigerian team played the last World Cup | Image 0
Legea copies Nike Nigeria's stunning kit One of the new teamwear kits, called Girona, is identical to the one with which the Nigerian team played the last World Cup | Image 0