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BCCI launched new odi kit for Team INDIA

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The Test arrangement is over and the whites are off. Presently the center is on the Odis – the tri-series arrangement against Australia and England took after by the greatest prize of all of them, the World Cup. Furthermore Team India have started this immeasurably imperative season in colored shirts wearing an alternate shade of blue.

The parts of the Indian group drove by commander MS Dhoni and Team India unit support, Nike, disclosed the group’s new ODI pack at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Thursday.


The new unit, as Dhoni said, “Is a change over the past one” from numerous points of view. At the point when making it, the Nike fashioners spent a few hours taking inputs from the players regarding their prerequisites and inclination.

The most noteworthy part of the new unit is that it is made out of 100 every penny reused polyester, giving the fabric improved stretchability and dampness discharging qualities. Consequently it serves to the players’ solace as well as assumes a part in moderating nature.

Talking at the launching event, Dhoni revels his inputs in the configuration and how it was actualized in the new shirt.

“There has been consistent connection in the middle of Nike and the players,” the Indian skipper said. “We all provided for them our inputs and a considerable measure of them have been passed. The item was at that point incredible and this is simply a change on the past one. It looks great.”

Determining his own commitment in the configuration, Dhoni said, “The front part – the strands that are attracted the front are out of our national banner (the 24 lines in the Ashok Chakra) and it gives a bit of a vibe to it.

“You realize what should do when you’re playing for your nation yet this touch simply emphasizes the actuality. I am happy that Nike has placed it in the shirt.”

For Virat Kohli, the fit was generally critical. “One thing that I have pushed on for the last couple of years is the fit,” he said. “I like the shirt that fits decent and cozy. That is something Nike has done this time around and I am truly satisfied its been carried out. As sportsmen in case you’re fit, you ought to have garments that make you look great also,” Virat said.

After a significant arrangement in which he assumed control as India’s Test commander, Virat now needs to start the group’s first season in the new ODI unit with a reprise of the 2011 World Cup triumph.

“A second back to back World Cup win would be a decent turning point to have in the new shirt. That is the thing that we will go for in the following two months and have a dream for.

“It doesn’t make a difference if the color of the pullover changes as long there is the India logo on it. It is the motivation behind why we play cricket. It is the thing that keeps me and the young men going,” he said.

R Ashwin was more advanced by the way that their new pack is ecological amicable. “I have been informed that the one sets of shirt and trousers is made out of 33 plastic bottles in all,” he said.

“We feel socially capable as an unit wearing this pack and doing our bit for the earth. Along these lines, in that respects, I am truly pleased with what Nike has provided for us.”

With the new shade of blue, the Men in Blue leave on the trip of the resistance of their World Champions in ICC 2015 World.


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