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UAE or India on jersey logo? PCB unveils Pakistan's ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2021 new kit

The ICC tournament is all set to begin on October 17 and the high-octane clash between India and Pakistan will be taking place on October 24.


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PCB unveils Pakistan's ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2021 new kit, has India 2021 written on the logo , PCB Twitter

Days after 'leaked' photos of Pakistan's new jersey had irked India and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has now unveiled their new kit for the upcoming ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2021.

While the gala tournament gets underway on October 17 with matches taking place in UAE and Oman, it will be hosted by BCCI as the World Cup was originally to be played in India. However, due to the devastating COVID-19 wave, the BCCI and the ICC agreed to shift the venue to Oman and UAE.

Despite the change in venue, BCCI were still the host of the tournament and all logos were to be credited to India. But, some days ago, it had come to the notice that Pakistan's new jersey had no mention of India in its logo.

On the contrary, Pakistan's kit reads "ICC Men's T20 World Cup UAE." Soon enough the pictures of the same went VIRAL on social media. See here:

However, in the latest development, PCB shared a video on their Twitter handle in which the new kit is unveiled.

The jersey is not very different from the previous one with parrot green being the primary colour, with the yellow colour for their collars and sleeve hem. The only difference is the dark green spots on the jersey. Pakistan has also stuck. The country's name is written in the middle with white.

The PCB's logo in the left side of the chest area, while 'ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2021 India' is written on the right side. 

"THE BIG REVEAL IS HERE! PRESENTING TEAM PAKISTAN'S OFFICIAL JERSEY FOR THE #T20WorldCup," PCB wrote. WATCH:

The ICC tournament is all set to begin from October 17 and the much-awaited high-octane clash between India and Pakistan will be taking place on October 24 in Dubai.