Indian team wears black-armbands in memory of Vasu Paranjape | Cricket News


LONDON: The Indian cricket team on Thursday wore black armbands on the opening day of the fourth Test against England as a mark of respect to well-known cricketer and coach Vasu Paranjape, who passed away earlier this week in Mumbai.
“The Indian Cricket Team is sporting black armbands today to honour the demise of Shri Vasudev Paranjape #TeamIndia,” the BCCI tweeted along with a picture of the Indian team wearing the black-arm bands.

Paranjpe, 82, died at his residence in Matunga in Mumbai on August 30 and is survived by his wife and son Jatin, who is an ex-national selector and India player.
The cricket board had also earlier expressed its grief at Paranjape’s demise.
Several former India players, including legendary Sunil Gavaskar and cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar, had paid rich tributes to Paranjape, who had served the game in various capacities.


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