Fans React After Ravindra Jadeja Revealed India’s Jersey For WTC Final: The Indian cricket team is currently in quarantine in a hotel in Mumbai before making their way to the United Kingdom to face Kae Williamson-led New Zealand cricket team in the final of the inaugural World Test Championship.
With less than a week to go for the much-awaited game, India’s sensational all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja took to his social media and shared the first look of the jersey, that the Indian cricket team will be wearing during the WTC final.
It won’t be wrong to say that this time the designers have managed to impress one and all with the jersey design. The jersey is elegant, simple, and is giving us the retro feels.
Talking about the jersey, it is making us feel nostalgic as it has a retro feel to it. With blue stripes going around the neck, the ICC WTC Final donned proudly over the right shoulder. The logo of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is printed on the left shoulder and across the chest, in big and bold letters “INDIA” is written.
Sharing the picture of himself in the Indian jersey, Ravindra Jadeja wrote: “Rewind to 90’s lovingit #india”
Here, check out the tweet:
— Ravindrasinh jadeja (@imjadeja) May 29, 2021
Meanwhile, the tweet went viral in no time and was flooded with reactions from Twitterati on this. From fans to cricketers, everyone took to their twitter to shower praises on the jersey. Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) May 29, 2021
Wowww🤩 Retrooo….. https://t.co/jZ36hITn4h
— surath🦀 (@iamsurathraj) May 29, 2021
I want this sweater. Its sexy. https://t.co/hAQqFq1LxW
— Taus Rizvi (The Sports Journalist Vlogs) (@rizvitaus) May 29, 2021
This jersey❤️🔥 https://t.co/aR0V2wtY86
— Sridhar Suresh Babu (@ssri1298) May 29, 2021
— Abishek kumar (@theabishekkumar) May 29, 2021
Meanwhile, Ravindra Jadeja is returning to the Indian squad for the final and the five-match Test series against England in August-September after recovering from the thumb injury that he sustained during India’s tour of Australia in 2020-21.