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India team got its new jersey for the T20 World cup 2021


The T20 world cup is going to start in UAE and Oman on 17 Oct, BCCI is the official host of this tournament, India is going to host this tournament. Check India Team Got Its New Jersey For T20 World Cup.



Due to the COVID pandemic, this tournament shifted to a new place. There is a total of 16 teams who are participating in this glorified tournament.

India is going to play its first match against its rival team Pakistan on 24 Oct, team India got its new jersey for this tournament.

India Team Got Its New Jersey For T20 World Cup

India Team Got Its New Jersey For T20 World Cup 2021

So let’s have a glimpse of their new jersey, and how they are carrying it.

India team got its new Jersey

In this World Cup, the Indian team is going to wear their new jersey which is of different patterns. This jersey will be seen in the new jersey. This is launch on 13 Oct.

The BCCI had told only a few days ago that the new jersey of the Indian Team will be announced on 13 Oct.

The new jersey that the Indian team has got is slightly different from the old jersey. Till now the jersey that Team India was wearing was dark blue.

This jersey is also of the same color but basically, its design is different. A light blue stripe is on the middle of this jersey.

In the previous jersey, there was a tricolor on the shoulder, but this jersey does not have any design on the shoulder.

Kit sponsor of Indian Team

BCCI release this on social media handle and BCCI kit sponsor MPL Sports also post this jersey on Instagram handle.

In the photo released by BCCI, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah and KL Rahul are wearing this new jersey.

Team India is placed in Group-B in this World Cup. The team will play its first match on October 24 against its arch-rivals Pakistan.

After this, the team has to play against New Zealand on 31 October.

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