Sunday, June 16, 2024

USA Cricket unveils ICC T20 World Cup jersey

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Photo Credit: USA Cricket

Before its emphatic series win against Bangladesh in the three match T20I Bilateral series, the USA National Cricket Team proudly unveiled their official jersey for the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup 2024 at a special event held at Minute Maid Park, the iconic home of the Houston Astros baseball team.

The unveiling ceremony took place before the start of Houston Astros’ game against Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday this week, with the USA team captain, Monank Patel, honored by throwing the First Ceremonial Pitch from the center field. This gesture symbolized the unity and growing bond between cricket and baseball in the United States, highlighting the expanding horizons of sports collaborations in the country.

Following the ceremonial pitch, Captain Monank Patel revealed the vibrant and dynamic new jersey that Team USA will don during the T20 World Cup 2024. The jersey, reflecting the spirit and energy of the team, is designed to inspire both players and fans as the team competes on the global stage.

Monank Patel expressed his excitement about the event, saying, “It’s a tremendous honor to represent USA Cricket at such a historic venue. We are thrilled to share this moment with our fans and look forward to their support in the upcoming T20 World Cup.”

The event signifies a new chapter for USA Cricket, as it continues to build its presence and popularity across the nation. With the support of renowned institutions like the Houston Astros, cricket is poised to reach new heights in the American sports landscape.



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