Pakistan unveil 2015 World Cup kit

All participating cricketers present themselves in the new outfit


News Desk January 14, 2015
PHOTO: @SAFRIDIOFFICIAL

KARACHI: Pakistan cricket team unveiled their World Cup kit on Wednesday in a gala ceremony.

The new kit has a light green color and the crescent and star of the previous World Cup kit (2011) has been removed and straight dark green lines can be seen on the front and the back.



The new kit has a PCB logo on the left upper side while the ICC cricket World Cup 2015 logo is placed on the right upper side.



The kit has 'Pakistan' written on it in golden color with a black outline while on the back the same pattern is being followed for the name and number of the cricketers.



 

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COMMENTS (18)

Ahmed | 6 years ago | Reply The 1992 ex shirts were a light colour and this is so it should be so Pakistan can replicate everything they did in 1992 World Cup!!!
concerned one | 6 years ago | Reply

strong textLooks like JAIL uniform.

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