West Indies team to get new logo on jersey
Newstracklive|June 29, 2020

There is very little time left for the international cricket match to begin. The first match of the West Indies vs England Test series will be played from July 8 at the Bio Secure Stadium. This series is also special because cricketis being resumed after 4 months. The last international match was played between New Zealand vs Australia on 13 March.

However, due to Coronavirus, that series was postponed after one match. A new logo will appear on the jersey of the West Indies cricket team in the Test series starting on July 8, and this logo will be put on the jersey for the purpose of supporting Black Lives Matter.

West Indies vs England Test Series: The West Indies cricketer will have this logo on his jersey, and this logo will be made on the collar of the T-shirt. Earlier too, many West Indian cricketers raised their voice for racial discrimination. Big cricketers like Darren Sammy, Chris Gayle, Andre Roussel have expressed reservations about racial discrimination. In fact, after the uproar after the death of a black person in America, people from the sports world had also appeared in the world, and raised their voice against it.

West Indies have confirmed they will wear a #BlackLivesMatter logo on their collars throughout the #ENGvWI Test series.

The emblem was designed by Alisha Hosannah, partner of Watford FC footballer Troy Deeney. pic.twitter.com/BpviFHyOLh

ESPNcricinfo  June 28, 2020

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