Gujrat Titans Will Wear Their Special Lavender Jersey To Support Those Battling Cancer; Why Gujarat team changed jersey color before play off matches IG News

New Delhi: When the Gujarat Titans team entered the field today, everyone was shocked. Because the jersey of Gujarat team is blue. But today, when the Gujarat team entered the field, the color of their jersey was seen to be lavender. The reason why the Gujarat team changed the color of their jersey before the start of the play off race has now come to light. When Gujarat captain Hardik Pandya came for the toss, he was seen in a different jersey. So far such a jersey has not been seen in IPL. So when Hardik came to the field for the toss, everyone was wondering why he was wearing this color jersey. But after some time, it came to light why the Gujarat team is wearing such a jersey. Gujarat team has changed the color of its jersey to raise awareness about cancer. Gujarat team has decided to wear this jersey for one match. Earlier in the IPL, RCB’s team wears green jersey against the damage caused to the earth by global warming. After RCB, now Gujarat team has taken this step to create awareness about a good thing.

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Hyderabad’s play-off hopes are all but over as Gujarat move towards consolidating their top spot in the league. Apart from Rashid Khan, other Gujarat players were disappointed in the match against Mumbai Indians on Friday. “As a team, we failed miserably. Disappointed in bowling. The plan could not be implemented,’ said Hardik Pandya after the defeat against Mumbai. Except for Rashid Khan, all the Gujarat bowlers failed against Mumbai. Mohit Sharma disappointed with the new ball. Mohammed Shami also lost his temper. Hyderabad is unlikely to capitalize on Gujarat’s poor performance. Anmolpreet Singh, Mayank Aggarwal, Rahul Tripathi have not got the tune. With Umran Malik out of the squad, Hyderabad is believed to have weakened the bowling more.