Royal Challengers Bangalore to wear Blue Jersey in upcoming match but Why?
RCB captain Virat Kohli announced a very special thing. He told that this season his team will be playing in a match wearing a blue jersey.
New Delhi: The 14th season of the Indian Premier League is being organized amidst the Corona crisis prevailing in the country. The team is coming forward to contribute in its own way so that India can fight it better in this pandemic.
New Jersey for RCB Team:
Teams like Delhi Capitals, Rajasthan Royals, Punjab Kings have helped themselves with the money. The team of Royal Challengers Bangalore has also come up for this. This team, which plays in a green jersey in a match every year, will land in a blue jersey this time.
Blue Jersey to support COVID warriors:
RCB captain Virat Kohli announced a very special thing. He told that this season his team will be playing in a match wearing a blue jersey. It aims to support frontline workers fighting Corona. RCB's team wearing blue jerseys will show their support to the covid frontline workers wearing PPE kits. Not only this, the team has also decided to contribute financially in the war against this pandemic.
Jersey auction for supporting health workers:
Team captain Kohli said, 'The situation arising out of the Corona virus epidemic in our country at this time is very worrying. We discussed this thing last week as being the franchise team of the tournament. The matter was about how we can help the frontline workers in this difficult time at the ground level. '
The blue jersey that the team will wear in a match of the season will be auctioned. The team has given information about this on its Twitter handle. That this jersey will be signed by the players of the team, which will be given for sale at the right price in the auction. Whatever money comes from the Jersey auction will be given for healthcare support in the country.
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