Rishabh Pant posed with India’s new sky blue T20I jersey. It appears the wicketkeeper-batter loves the brand new threads very similar to his teammates Yuzvendra Chahal and Deepak Chahar.
I cherished it: Rishabh Pant charges India’s new T20I jersey (Photo Courtesy: Rishabh Pant Instagram)
- BCCI unveiled India’s new T20I jersey on Sunday
- Pant posed with the brand new jersey, saying he cherished the brand new design
- India are set to don the brand new package on the T20 World Cup
Much like followers, India cricketers are in love with the brand new jersey for T20I cricket, it appears. A day after the Board of Control of Cricket in India unveiled the brand new package for the women and men’s cricket group, a number of India stars have been posing with the brand new mild blue threads.
It is anticipated that Rohit Sharma’s males and Harmanpreet Kaur’s facet will don the brand new sky blue jersey in T20Is and the upcoming T20 World Cups. India have been sporting the darkish blue shade of the jersey within the current previous however the brand new one appears to be a throwback to the 2003 World Cup package, which was mild blue.
On Monday, wicketkeeper-batter Rishabh Pant posed whereas flaunting the brand new sky blue jersey. And the star batter appears to have favored the design of the package.
“How is our new jersey ? I loved it,” Pant mentioned in his Instagram publish.
India batter Suryakumar Yadav responded to the publish, heaping reward on Pant’s seems with the brand new sky blue jersey.
Earlier on Sunday, Yuzvendra Chahal and Deepak Chahar additionally flaunted the brand new jersey. The leg-spinner mentioned he’s raring to have a go in T20i cricket with “renewed energy and new vibe”.
India will tackle Australia in a 3-match T20I sequence from September 20. The sequence opener will likely be performed on the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali.
Notably, Australia additionally lately unveiled their new package for T20Is within the lead-up to the World Cup. The new package was designed primarily based on indigenous theme, which Australia will likely be sporting at a World Cup for the primary time.
The new kits for Australia have been designed by Aunty Fiona Clarke and Courtney Hagen in partnership with Asics; the 2 have beforehand collaborated on different Indigenous designs worn by Australia.
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