Spectators unhappy with the clash of jerseys in the Aviva Stadium showdown
Skill levels and discipline appear to be the only things separating Ireland and South Africa as spectators have voiced their frustrations at the similarities between the kits being used by both sides.
Ireland are obliged as the home team to wear their second jersey in the autumn internationals when a clash occurs.
The Springboks are about the only side in world rugby Ireland clash with when it comes to team colours.
Ireland's black jersey and the visitor's dark green attire has caused some confusion and annoyance.
Someone throw a few bibs on #IREvRSA— Philly Mc Mahon (@PhillyMcMahon) November 11, 2017
#IREvRSA Please change the Irish jersey at half time. A chance to advertise a jersey I appreciate in modern sport, but as a tv spectacle it's very poor.— Will (@tarby64) November 11, 2017
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