Ex-Pakistan star compares Pakistan New Jersey to watermelon

Pakistan launched 2 new kits for the T20 World Cup.

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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has unveiled its team's new kit and kit for the upcoming T20 World Cup. People are making fun of the new PCB jersey on social media. They include former Pakistani leg-spinner Danish Kaneria comparing a watermelon and fruit shop's new jersey.

Many teams have unveiled their new kits for the 2022 ICC T20 World Cup. While fans criticized the board, the brand-new Pakistan home kit has also received mixed reviews. The jersey has shades of blue that could be very similar to their shared uniform.
With the 2022 T20 World Cup looming and the collapse of the Pakistani cricket crew, such criticism may shake the players' audacity. Fans have seen in the recently concluded 2022 Asian Cup and opening T20 game against England that Pakistan's middle tier batsmen lost all the hard work of the top tier batsmen.

Danish Kaneria on Jersey

The former leg spinner was spotted on his YouTube channel making a hilarious remark about Pakistan Jersey.
“Pakistan's T20 World Cup kit looks like a watermelon. It seems like they got the inspiration playing Fruit Ninja.
It should have been a proper dark green color instead of what they intended. It feels like a fruit store here,” he said.
“We are on our way to the World Cup. After the Asian Cup, the efficiency we expected from the two groups India and Pakistan is nowhere to be seen.
“One moved to England and the other to Australia. What are the 2 Asian powerhouses doing? Time is short and it is important to be ready. he added.
Dane Kaneria, 41, also commented on the jersey of the Indian team. Kaneria has said that the color of Team India's kit should be dark blue. Kaneria believes that dark blue color conveys a sense of strength. Kaneria has played 61 Tests and 18 One Day Internationals for Pakistan. He has won 261 wickets in Tests and 15 wickets in ODIs.
Pakistan in deep trouble
The recent defeat has once again raised questions about Pakistan's middle order. It looks like PCB wants Babar & Rizwan to smash centuries and make big bucks. It should be remembered that cricket is a team sport, not an individual sport.
The ever-reliable Rizwan isn't a running machine that will keep piling on runs.
Additionally, the role of batting coach Mohammad Yousuf would be questioned as none of the middle tier batsmen can benefit from the start. There are also six more T20Is left against a resurgent England where management have to pull a rabbit out of a hat. There is no doubt that Pakistan has one of the best bowling lineups but they need support to win games.