Colombian team create fake replica shirts after forgetting kit

Colombian football team Independiente de Santa Fe wear replica shirts after forgetting their away strip.

Colombian football team Independiente de Santa Fe were forced to create replica shirts when they forgot their kit for an away match.

The seven-time national champions were without their normal away kit when they went to take on fellow Primera side Boyaca Chico, who refused to play the match in their own away shirts in order not to clash.

To solve the dilemma, the Colombian side played in their training tops with numbers made out of tape on the back for the first half, before changing into replica shirts for the remainder of the game, according to the Daily Mail.

Despite the controversy over their kits, Independiente de Santa Fe managed to secure a 2-0 victory.

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