India vs Australia series: Shikhar Dhawan shows a glimpse of Team India's 1992 World Cup jersey
- Dhawan wrote, "New jersey, renewed motivation, ready to go"
- The new jersey has a darker shade of blue
- It has the names of Team India’s new key sponsors Byju’s and kit sponsors MPL
Indian cricketer Shikhar Dhawan on Tuesday said that India will wear the retro kit of the 1992 World Cup for their three-match ODI series against Australia beginning from November 27.
The new jersey has a darker shade of blue in regard to the recent national team jerseys. It has the names of Team India’s new key sponsors Byju’s and kit sponsors Mobile Premier League (MPL).
Taking to Twitter, Dhawan wrote, "New jersey, renewed motivation, ready to go."
Netizens pointed the similarity and reminisced the1992 World Cup jersey.
Under the newly-associated strategic partnership, MPL Sports has come into a three-year agreement from November 2020 to December 2023, according to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) statement.
The board terminated kit sponsorship with Nike in September this year.
MPL Sports’ collaboration with the BCCI starts ahead of India’s tour of Australia, 2020-21, which will see Team India playing in the new jerseys.
Teams like Australia and New Zealand also wore their 1999 World Cup uniforms earlier this year.
India will take on Australia in three ODIs, three T20Is and four Tests.