Australia: Transforming ODI jerseys in style since 80s
Updated On : 11 Jan 2019,06:48 PM
Australia will don a new golden yellow jersey ahead of the series against India. This jersey will be a throwback to the 80s, the time of retro.
Australia started the yellow fashion in the 80s, coincidentally in the ODI series against India.
Australia adopted the canary yellow colour in the 1992 World Cup and it was sensational.
Australia adopted a more conservative colour in the 1996 World Cup as green stripes made their way into the yellow.
The Australian colour of yellow waned but it was the start of a dominance.
Australia had maintained a standard of yellow and a standard of dominance which was unprecedented in world cricket.
Australia resorted to a darker version of yellow in the 2007 World Cup as they sealed their title.
Australia adopted a golden green approach during the 2007 to 2013 series.
The dominance of the yellow brigade came back in 2015 when Australia's jersey became all yellow in their home World Cup campaign triumph.