India’s bowling coach Bharat Arun said his team are not worried about the colour of their kits ahead of their Cricket World Cup match against the West Indies at Old Trafford on Thursday.
After the West Indies game India play England at Edgbaston on Sunday, a match where they are likely to wear orange away shirts rather than their traditional blue.
It’s understood the orange choice of colour has angered followers in India, and although Arun tried to play the row down he did stress his team ‘bleed blue.’
“We bleed blue, right. Blue is going to be predominantly the colour and that’s it,” Arun said.
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