Currently in Australia to compete in the T20 World Cup 2022 the Pakistani team. Before taking on India in their debut T20 World Cup game on October 23, they played their first exhibition game against England and they’re second against Afghanistan.
Just as the fanfare around the cricketing aspect of the T20 World Cup, there is a lot of attention towards the playing kits of the Pakistan Cricket Team.
When the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) first unveiled the official jersey for the championship match last month, cricket fans had a variety of opinions on social media, with some comparing the pattern to a watermelon.
Fans’ reactions to the Babar Azam-led team’s new warm-up uniforms, which deviate from their typical grey ones in both color and pattern, before yesterday’s practice match against England were divided.
It was referred to be the Pakistan State Oil (PSO) uniform by some supporters, while Multan Sultans’ jerseys from the Pakistan Super League and Australian parrots were other comparisons made. Let’s have a look at some of the reactions: