Fans on Twitter react hilariously after Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma’s edition of the Indian jersey costs nearly INR 5000. They trolled the sellers by saying that the Indian public is not as rich as Indian cricketers and they can’t afford to buy these.
Virat Kohli edition and Rohit Sharma edition of the new Indian team T20 jersey cost 4299
Indian Cricket Team is currently in Australia for the T20 World Cup 2022. They have done their preparations right and all they need to do is execute their plans. The Rohit Sharma-led side will begin their campaign against arch-rivals Pakistan on Sunday (23rd October).
However, not only they have done their preparations right on the field but they have done things correctly of the field as well. They recently launched a jersey for the T20 World Cup 2022. They unveiled a sky blue jersey, which is highly eye-catching, and it has gained huge praise.
The attire has been purchased by many fans and it is expected they will be seen wearing those jerseys during India’s game in the T20 World Cup.
Virat Kohli edition and Rohit Sharma edition of the new Indian team T20 jersey cost 4299 Rs.Advertisement
— Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) October 21, 2022
Recently, MPL launched the Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma edition of the Indian jersey costs INR 4299. Despite the price being high, fans are expected to buy the special editions of both the premier batters in huge numbers.
Both Rohit and Kohli have been the backbone of the Indian Cricket Team and have taken the team to great heights. They are expected to play a huge role for India in the upcoming World Cup and if the team have to fancy their chances of winning the cup, they both need to fire.
Fans on Twitter react as Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma’s edition of the Indian jersey costs nearly INR 5000
As jerseys of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma edition was launched. Fans on Twitter reacted hilariously. They trolled the manufacturers for keeping the cost of the jersey high and said that they can’t buy it as the Indian public is not as rich as Indian players. Here are some of the reactions:
imagine buying MPL jersey for ₹4299 🤮🤮
— Kaush (@iamkaushh) October 21, 2022Advertisement
Ek gift Kardo bro 🥲🙏 pic.twitter.com/dHHceEK3mJAdvertisement
— 『ᵇᵉⁿᶻᵉⁿᵉ』.࿐Riju࿐. (@RijuNandi2003) October 21, 2022
I got it for 2k without the name. Fan edition is better than buying the player one and it's cheaper. Customizing it is 2.5k and you can have any player on the back
— . (@ajwiwj_) October 21, 2022Advertisement
Filpkart main 299 pa mil raha hai 😜Advertisement
— Mahi Mera Sab Kuch 🇮🇳 (@SouRak9) October 21, 2022
Man Indian cricketers are rich.
Not Indian public 😂
Public is poor and under huge inflation currently.
Only few elite people will buy for this muchAdvertisement
— Professor samuel oak (@prof_oak123) October 21, 2022
Who ll buy fraud jerseys for so much
— Sergio. (@sergiocskk) October 21, 2022Advertisement
It's player edition…
Buy fan edition it will cost less(2299).Advertisement
— Shubhadip45 (@ShubhadipMahato) October 21, 2022
Fan edition is just a duplicate jersey
If I really want to buy duplicate one, I can easily get it under 1000 on local shopsAdvertisement
— Ashutosh😼 (@IAshutoshMittal) October 21, 2022
My way is buy a 199 rps shirt from Amazon and write the name of cricketer and jersey number myself . Ink pen pada h usse naam aram se likha jaata h .
— crickman235 (@crickman235) October 21, 2022Advertisement
This is one day budget of PCB ! Advertisement
— Prayagraj4 (@Prayagraj41) October 21, 2022
MPL pretending to be nike
— will_slappinn_smith (@fuckjada69) October 21, 2022Advertisement
Same jersey you can get in 250 rs at almost every street across IndiaAdvertisement
— My life my rulz (@Phenom98765) October 21, 2022
Chor bazar mein 499 RS. Mein mil jayega 😼💀
— Shubajit Mandal (@ShubajitMandal) October 21, 2022Advertisement
Stadium pe 200 pe milte hai…Advertisement
— Din Djarin (@HeizenBerg98) October 21, 2022
— Rohit (@rohit_0718) October 21, 2022Advertisement
Waste of moneyAdvertisement
— Arup Paul (@ArupPau08309862) October 21, 2022
Itne mein to mai 35jersey lelunga bhai👀
— SIFAR (@6kaif9) October 21, 2022Advertisement