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India vs new zealand Rishabh Pant tape on his jersey during 2nd T20I against new zealand


New Delhi. Under the leadership of Rohit Sharma, India defeated New Zealand (India vs New Zealand) by 7 wickets in the second T20 match to win the three-match series. Batting first, New Zealand had given a target of 154 runs, which India achieved 16 balls already at the loss of 3 wickets. KL Rahul scored 65 runs and Rohit Sharma scored 55 runs. Rishabh Pant gave victory to the team by hitting consecutive sixes in the first two balls of Jimmy Neesham’s over.
Although his jersey is being discussed more than his shot, which he wore during the Ranchi T20 match. Actually, the jersey that Pant was wearing against New Zealand, was seen tapering on it. The jersey was taped towards the right chest.

Pant wore the jersey of T20 World Cup 2021
Most of the fans did not understand why Pant tapped on the jersey, but now the reason behind it has come to the fore. Actually the jersey that Pant wore in this match was the Indian team’s T20 World Cup 2021 jersey. This jersey also had the logo of T20 World Cup 2021, which Pant hid by tape in the second T20 match.

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Actually, ICC logo is not allowed to be used in bilateral series. While the rest of the Indian players were seen wearing the regular jersey, Pat was seen in a different jersey. After losing two consecutive matches to Pakistan and New Zealand in the T20 World Cup 2021, India’s campaign ended in the Super 12 itself. Australia beat New Zealand t20 world cup 2021 won the title.

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