#Lookit

Watch Ajax's player and manager react to being fooled by fake kits

Adidas decided to have a little fun with one of the world's most successful teams and their reaction is perfect.

April Fool's Day was a couple of months ago, but the manager and players of Dutch soccer giant Ajax were on the receiving end of a good old fashioned Summer prank courtesy of Adidas.

Revealing a team's new kit is always met with fanfare, so the apparel company set up hidden cameras in order to show off a few fake uniforms. Players were told that Adidas was trying to tap into traditional Dutch iconography, which included tulips, clogs and pancake houses. They weren't impressed.

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This was taken a step further with a rainbow tie-dyed kit and a giant screen-printed lion, neither of which were taken kindly. Manager Frank de Boer looked like he wanted to kill someone while being shown the new kits.

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Nobody died, luckily and the team received their new kits to a round of grins. de Boer's murderous rage was satiated and everyone was happy. All's well that ends well.

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