T20 World Cup: Rohit Sharma and Kohli in Team India’s new jersey; BCCI shared the picture

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Even though the second phase of IPL 2021 has now reached its final stage, but right after this, another explosive action of T20 cricket is going to start. The ICC T20 World Cup will begin in UAE and Oman from October 17. Meanwhile, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has launched Team India’s new jersey in this mega event. Fans on social media are looking very excited about the new jersey of ‘Men in Blue’. Let’s take a look at how to buy India’s T20 World Cup jersey online.

How to buy India’s T20 World Cup jersey?

Fans are thinking of buying this dress ever since the launch of Team India’s new jersey from BCCI. Let us know that by logging on to the website http://mplsports.in, the Indian cricket lover can buy the new jersey of Team India from the store. Team India’s T20 World Cup jersey costs ₹ 1,799, while the Indian jersey with Virat Kohli’s name behind it will cost ₹ 1,999. Team India’s T20 World Cup jersey without collar has been priced at Rs 1,699.

MPL Sports has become the official kit sponsor of Team India in November 2020 after the BCCI’s contract with Nike expired. After securing the deal with BCCI, MPL Sports immediately caught the attention of cricket enthusiasts in India as it launched a kit for the Men in Blue which was inspired by the 1992 Cricket World Cup jersey.

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T20 World Cup: India’s matches

Team India, led by Virat Kohli, will start their World Cup campaign against Pakistan on 24 October at the Dubai Cricket Stadium. Before this, the Indian team will play a warm-up match against Australia on 18 October and England on 19 October. India has been placed in Group B, which apart from Pakistan, also includes the team of New Zealand and Afghanistan.


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