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“The upgrade from Byju’s days omg we won” – Twitter reacts as Adidas has been announced as Team India’s new kit sponsors

"The upgrade from Byju's days omg we won" - Twitter reacts as Adidas has been announced as Team India's new kit sponsors

Team India are one of the top teams in international cricket. They are one of the very few teams that have been producing consistent results in bilateral series. India have been successful in bilateral series for a long time now.

However, they have long been criticized for their woeful results in the ICC events. The last time they won the ICC trophy was back in 2013 when they won the Champions Trophy under the captaincy of MS Dhoni.

Since then, they have been figuring out a way to win the major titles. Team India have an important schedule up ahead as they will take on Australia in the ICC World Test Championship Final on June 7 at The Kennington Oval in London.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is the richest cricket board in the world. For several years now, Byju’s acted as Team India’s new kit sponsor. However, in the latest development, Adidas has been announced as Team India’s new kit sponsor.

Adidas has been announced as Team India’s new kit sponsor

For the record, Adidas is nothing but a famous multinational corporation that designs and produces sports footwear, apparel and accessories. Over the years, the brand has collaborated with many athletes, celebrities and designers.

Now, they are set to collaborate with Team India and the new chapter is set to begin. It is worth noting that Adidas has carved out a reputation for itself as one of the famous brands in the sports and fashion industries.

They played an important role in producing the most comfortable sportswear for the athletes. Team India have many more important assignments lined up ahead as they will play ICC WTC Final, Asia Cup and ICC ODI World Cup in the same calendar year.

Check out the Twitter reactions below:-

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