Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Virat Kohli, and Harmanpreet Kaur were among the ones donning India’s new package for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019, launched on Friday, 1 March. The launch, on the eve of the first one-day global among India and Australia in Hyderabad, additionally worried Ajinkya Rahane, Jemimah Rodrigues, and Prithvi Shaw. The guys’ crew will recreation the jersey for the first time throughout the 5 ODIs in opposition to Australia.
The jersey’s unique feature is that the dates of India’s past World Cup triumphs – the ODI World Cups in 1983 and 2011 and the T20 World Cup win in 2007 – are all emblazoned behind the back collar. “This is our new jersey, which we can be wearing at some point of the ODI series. It facilitates to be agile on the sector,” Rohit Sharma advised BCCI.Television. “One exciting reality is, along with all the colorings, the dates when we won the primary World Cup, the T20 World Cup, and our 2d 50-over World Cup-winning date in Mumbai.
“[That is] rare, and it is quite excellent and suitable searching.” Dhoni, however, becomes maximum impressed by the fabric. “You may additionally have many designs, however ultimately, it’s the fabric that surely makes you sense relaxed,” he was quoted as announcing via Quint. “Wearing it (the jersey) right now, it feels so comfy, like you’re not sporting anything in any respect. It does not weigh you down.”
The Wickets campaign has arrived in Manchester, giving lovers the notable possibility to win a couple of tickets to India v Pakistan at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019! Cricket World Cup pleasure is sweeping via Manchester as the first Super Saturday of the #CWCTrophyTour, pushed via Nissan, takes vicinity in Exchange Square this weekend. The mural, which has a unique layout for Manchester, will be displayed on Thomas Street & High Street for just forty-eight hours, so fanatics ought to be brief if they want to enter the competition to win a pair of tickets to one of the maximum sought-after games in cricket this summer season!
To be in with a chance of prevailing the final time out at #CWC19, entrants have to the percentage a photo of the mural across Twitter and/or Instagram using #CWC19Manchester. The fortunate winner will be contacted with the aid of a World Cup consultant. In addition to former internationals Sajid Mahmood and Ajmal Shahzad, England ODI captain Eoin Morgan have been available to help launch the mural in Manchester, which coincided with the first Super Saturday of the #CWCTrophyTour. Terms and conditions for the Wickets competition can be located here.