Football team from Belgium is criticised for sporting a flames-themed jersey.

Belgium's new-look kit features a graphic pattern of flames on both sleeves . The jersey is a direct reference to elements associated with devils and flames .

The football World Cup has had its fair share of controversy.On social media, there have been incidents that have enraged football fans.Fans in Belgium have been mocking the Belgium football team for wearing flames on their jerseys, as one example was witnessed in the United Kingdom.On Wednesday, Belgium's World Cup opener, the latest kit was unveiled.

However, their kit created a storm on social media, with some fans arguing that Belgium be kicked out of the World Cup.Adidas launched the new-look kit in September.The jersey, according to the company, features a vibrant graphic pattern of flames on both sleeves, a direct reference to elements associated with devils and flames, and serves as a reminder to opponents of what to expect from Belgian teams, according to one fan.A third fan chuckled: Yes, the Belgian cigarette sleeves and socks are a little spooky.Belgium can't win with these flame jerseys, so the hosts have already banned a One Love quote from any media outlets in support of the LGBTQ+ community.

Many have voiced their displeasure with the move, but Qatar hasn't shown any improvement so far.

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