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Round One Done, So Who has the Best Kit in Brazil?

CroatiaWith the first round of the World Cup complete, fans have had a chance to see all the teams kit. So which country has the best kit?…

According to a poll, maybe a somewhat bias one, by leading Croatian daily 24sata, Croatia’s effectively striking red and white checkers have comfortably left the biggest impression after the opening round. More than 73% of those polled said that Croatia had the best kit on display in Brazil, and it is hard to argue with that. France were in second place with Bosnia (4%), followed by the blue kit of Holland (3%), Portugal and the USA. Before the World Cup British newspaper the Telegraph rated Croatia’s kit among the best on display.

The kits of Algeria, Cameroon, Costa Rica, Japan, Greece, Switzerland, Belgium, and Ecuador were judged the worst on display in the opening round, not receiving a single vote. (pic: Drago Sopta / HNS)

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