ICC WTC Final: Ravindra Jadeja shares pictures of new retro Indian jerseys for WTC final

Jadeja took to social media to unveil the new jerseys which Indian players would be donning in the World Test Championship final slated to happen next month.

Indian and Chennai Super Kings star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja revealed the new look of the jerseys designed for the World Test Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand. He took an image of himself in ‘retro’ styled jerseys and Tweeted, “Rewind to 90s” #lovingit #India.

The final of the inaugural WTC will be played from 18-22 June with 23 being the reserve day. It will be the first time in 89 years of Indian Test cricket history, that they will play a Test match at a neutral venue when they clash with New Zealand at the Rose Bowl in Southampton.

Former India cricketer Wasim Jaffer replied to Jadeja’s Tweet in his signature style. Here is Jaffer’s reply –

The retro look of the jerseys is being liked by the fans. Jadeja and other Indian players are in eight-day quarantine in Mumbai. Both India’s men’s and women’s cricket teams are quarantining in Mumbai ahead of their tour of England. Both sets of Indian players will travel together in a charter flight to the UK on June 2.

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