India has started their journey in the ICC World Test Championship with the ongoing Test match against West Indies at Antigua. This also saw both the teams donning the new Test jerseys with names and numbers for the first time.
Recently, Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) released a video where players were found discussing this new development of the red-ball cricket. While there was a strong reaction towards it from few cricket pundits, India’s Test specialist Cheteshwar Pujara has found himself in a disagreement to all the critics as he was pumped up to have his new Test jersey.
The veteran cricketer is of the opinion that the International Cricket Council (ICC) has made a fantastic decision to make the game more appealing to the youth. Highlighting the example of white-ball cricket and its jerseys, the 31-year old said that the move was actually needed. Pujara added that having names written on the jerseys would aid fans locate a particular player in whites as he went on to urge the governing body of International cricket to continue this idea.