ICC World Cup 2023: India’s shirt will get a surprise tri-colour, netizens call it a masterstroke – Magazine Creations

Amid growing ICC World Cup fever in India and around the world, the ICC has added a little spice to the excitement by launching the World Cup national anthem for this edition to be held in the country, it has been reported. Hindustan Times newspaper.

With the national anthem, ‘Dil Jashn Bole’, getting mixed reactions on social media, hours later, Adidas – India’s equipment partners – came up with their own anthem for the Indian cricket team.

Her anthem is 2 minutes and 21 seconds long called “Impossible nahi ye sapna, 3 ka dream hai apna“Signs to India’s quest to win its third ODI World Cup.

India have won two ICC World Cups – one with Kapil Dev leading them to their first ODI World Cup title in 1983, and then MS Dhoni putting an end to a long wait with India’s second ODI World Cup win in 2011. India have also won another. Cup in 2007 but that was in the T20 format.

The Adidas anthem features India captain Rohit Sharma, superstar Virat Kohli, vice-captain Hardik Pandya, youngster Shubman Gill, pacers Mohammed Siraj and Shardul Thakur, all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja and spinner Kuldeep Yadav.

While sharing the national anthem, the BCCI took to the X and wrote: “1983 – The Spark. 2011 – The Glory. 2023 – The Dream. Impossible nahi yeh sapna#3kaDream hai apna.”

Here is the video:

The video also gave a glimpse of India’s World Cup jersey.

India’s World Cup 2023 jersey will have tri-colour stripes:

Compared to the recently concluded Asia Cup, India’s jersey will see a major change. The three white stripes on the shoulder have been replaced by the Indian tricolour.

The new jersey in the video had orange, white and green stripes on the shoulder.

According to netizens, Adidas’ move was a masterstroke as the tri-colour stripes took the Indian World Cup jersey to another level. Apart from this, there will be no Dream 11 logo during the World Cup as the ICC does not allow anything except the team name in the middle of the jersey.

India will enter the ODI World Cup as one of the favorites despite having not won an ICC title since the Champions Trophy in 2013. Be it at home or the current format, India’s confidence has received a huge boost after winning the 2023 Asia Cup.

India will begin their ODI World Cup campaign against Australia on October 8 in Chennai, while the opening match of the tournament with England and New Zealand will be played in Ahmedabad in a repeat of the last edition’s final.

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Updated: Sep 21, 2023, 06:48 PM IST


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