T20 World Cup 2022 team: Cricket has evolved into far more than a game. More than any time, there are before eyeballs at cricket games, the game has become much more than just the performance on the field of the players.
T20 world cup 2022 team
One of the major elements of today’s climate for cricket is the design of the kits that have fans waiting eagerly for their team’s national players to wear the colors of their country.
Let’s take a look at the latest T20I kit of the most prestigious cricketing nations around the world:
The latest Afghanistan T20 kit was launched during the T20I game against Bangladesh in March 2022.
Australia was last seen wearing this shirt during its at-home T20I game in the series against Sri Lanka in February 2022. They chose to play in their ODI jersey for an only T20I against Pakistan in February.
Bangladesh changed to the base color of red instead of their usual dark green. They used this color in their previous game against Afghanistan in March.
England was always on the cutting edge of inventing unique kits. Their most recent T20I kit features their “three Lions’ along with their base color red.
India’s kit ‘billion cheers’ was launched during the 2021 T20 World Cup. They’ve continued to use the same kit ever since.
Kiwis last donned this shirt in their T20I game against India in November 2021.
PAKISTAN CRICKET TEAM
The Men in Green continued with their 2021 T20 World Cup kit with minor modifications. There’s been an update to the logo of the sponsor, but apart from that, the design is identical.
The Proteas haven’t played a T20I since the end of 2021’s T20 World Cup.
Sri Lanka last donned this kit in its T20I game against Australia in the Australian continent.
West Indies have also continued with their 2021 T20 World Cup kit. The mesh is the base color of yellow instead of the traditional brown. The last time they wore the jersey was in the T20I game against India.
PAK VS INDIA
Pakistan leads the head-to-head count with 87 wins while India has won 71 matches and drawn 38.
Pakistan enjoys a much better head-to-head ratio against its archrival in the United Arab Emirates as well. Out of the 29 matches played, Pakistan has won a whopping 20.