Team India’s Ravindra Jadeja has unveiled a jersey for the team that will donate to the first match of the World Test Championship (WTC) against New Zealand which starts on June 18 in Southampton. The new MPL Sports Team that supports the kit has redesigned the 90s kits in shorter formats, and has now given whites a 90s taste.
Sharing all the social media platforms, Ravindra Jadeja posted a selfie jersey jersey in the WTC finals, “Back to 90’s #lovingit #india.” The jersey has 90s straps around the collar and neck and as it is an ICC tournament match, INDIA is pre-painted with ‘ICC WTC Final 2021’ inscribed on one of the shoulders, and the other games are the BCCI logo.
While Team India are still isolated in Mumbai before heading to the UK on June 2, their rivals New Zealand have begun their pre-final practice with a series of two Test matches against the hosts of England, which will serve as a good preparation for the Kiwis.
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Team India are serving a 14-day hotel quarantine before they fly to England and serve another 10 days in isolation before they can get out only after June 12, just six days before the match starts at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, where the New Zealand side is playing their intra-squad practice match.