The Indian cricket team’s jersey has actually developed quite a bit throughout the years. From the iconic 2003 World Cup jersey, which had a tricolor line repainted from all-time low to the center of the jersey in addition to dark blue lines on the sides, to the 2011 jacket, which has a color someplace in between dark and light with a tricolor red stripe on both sides. One of the most recent jerseys launched in 2020 as well as 2021 pay homage to the 1992 Oxford Blue jersey, which is nearly the same besides a few small tweaks here and there.

Proceeding that tradition, the BCCI on Sunday unveiled India’s new jacket for the upcoming T20 World Cup, which they will certainly likewise put on in the residence collection in Australia and also South Africa. A little various from the recent dark blue jerseys, this jacket has a lighter color that might remind followers of the jackets of the past.

India will be starting their T20 World Cup campaign to Pakistan on October 23

Prior to the World Cup, India will take on Australia in a 3-match T20I collection starting on Tuesday. Ahead of the initial T20I suit, captain Rohit Sharma stated on Sunday that Virat Kohli will be the back-up opener while KL Rahul will open the batting with him in the T20 Globe Cup. He additionally added that leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi was regrettable to miss out as he desired R Ashwin, who provides a different dimension to the group’s equilibrium.

KL Rahul will open the batting for us in the T20 World Cup. He is an extremely important player for India, Rohit told press reporters in Mohali.

On Virat Kohli as an opening option, he said, “It’s always excellent to have choices, specifically when you go into a tournament like the T20 World Cup where you desire that flexibility. It was an option for us as well as considering that we didn’t take a third opener, he could certainly open up the innings.”