DUBAI – Pakistan Cricket Team has revealed its jersey for the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy 2017 in England and Wales.
The dark-green coloured jersey has been made with cotton and polyester and is washable in the washing machine, Samaa News reported.
Pakistan start their ICC Champions Trophy 2017 campaign against their arch-rivals India at Edgbaston on June 4th.
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Earlier, PCB also revealed team’s squad kits.
Cricket analyst affiliated with Dunya News, Zainab Abbas shared an exclusive look of the fresh kits on Twitter.
The following pictures show some of the squad members bench-pressing and exercising in a UK gymnasium wearing the new training kits.
Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka and South Africa are in the same group for the tournament. Fans are hailing Pak-India clash on June 4 in Birmingham as one of the thrilling days in the fixture.
It is worth mentioning here that the ICC had released a different kit for Pakistan team, but, as per our sources privy to PCB told that the team and management didn’t like it, thus, the cricket body has had the team kits redesigned for the big fixture.
Here is a look at the previously designed kit for Pakistan in ICC Champions Trophy 2017.
The dark and light green coloured jersey had similarity to Pakistan’s kit for ICC WT20 2009, which Pakistan won under legendary Younis Khan.