Indian Cricket Team Kit For ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Revealed

The official Indian Cricket Team kit for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 has been released. The kit is sponsored by famous brand NIKE. The kit was revealed at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia.

The new kit comes with a large logo of STAR on the front with INDIA written below it as usual. Just like the case with Pakistan Team’s kit for ICC World Cup 2015, the board logo is placed on right side of the chest but there is no ICC World Cup 2015 logo placed. Instead, on the the left is a NIKE logo in white.

There no major changes in color, it remains blue but a darker blue vertical lines pattern has been used.

Indian cricket team kit for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

Talking to media, Indian Cricket Team captain MS Dhoni commented:

There has been constant interaction between Nike and the players… we all gave them our inputs and a lot of them have been passed. The product was already great and this is just an improvement on the previous one. It looks good.

You know what you’re supposed to do when you’re playing for your country but this touch just reiterates the fact. I am glad that Nike has put it in the shirt.

Indian cricket team kit for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

The vice captain of Indian team also look satisfied with the kit. He told media:

I like the shirt that fits nice and snug. That’s something Nike has done this time around and I am really pleased it’s been done. As sportsmen if you’re fit, you should have clothes that make you look good as well.

A second consecutive World Cup win would be a nice milestone to have in the new jersey. That’s what we will aim for in the next two months and have a vision for.

It doesn’t matter if the colour of the jersey changes as long there is the India logo on it. It is the reason why we play cricket. It is what keeps me and the boys going.

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Imran Hunzai
Imran Hunzai is a cricket fanatic and blogger. He contributes stories related to T20 Cricket and Pakistan Cricket Team. He is also the co-founder Centangle Interactive - an Islamabad-based digital media agency.