It was one other sport, one other jersey blunder for England’s nationwide cricket crew on the 2023 ICC Males’s Cricket World Cup over the weekend.
England took on Afghanistan on Sunday at Arun Jaitley in Delhi, and whereas a previous problem with inconsistent fonts on the front of their Castore shirts had been mounted, the troubles had migrated to the again of their shirts.
In opposition to Afghanistan, some English gamers had the names and numbers on the backs of their shirts in a sans serif font much like Arial, whereas others had theirs in a extra angular font much like Agency.
The England Cricket Board mentioned a “third social gathering” was in charge for the earlier error, however it’s unclear who was at fault for the newest gaffe.
England didn’t look one of the best of their match on Sunday, they usually didn’t play their finest both. They misplaced to Afghanistan by 69 runs in what was thought-about a significant upset. England, the defending World Cup champions, had been ranked sixth within the ICC males’s one-day worldwide rankings heading into the match; Afghanistan was ranked ninth, however with a big hole in rating factors between them.
England’s subsequent alternative to redeem themselves comes on Saturday, October 21, after they face South Africa at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.