New Delhi: Unmukt Chand’s cricket career, who won India’s Under-19 World Cup in 2012 under his captaincy, was rapidly lost in the darkness of oblivion. Now he has said goodbye to Indian cricket at the age of 28.
Unmukt took retirement at the age of 28
In the year 2012, the Under-19 Indian team won the World Cup in cricket under the captaincy of Unmukt Chand. The captain also had a big hand in this victory. He made India the world champion by scoring a century in the final match against Australia. After that this player became a star overnight. But after that his performance was nothing special. Even in domestic cricket, he did not get anything amazing and started appearing outside the cricket field. There was a time when Unmukt Chand was considered the future of Indian cricket, but this player failed to do anything.
Now Unmukt Chand has announced his retirement from Indian cricket. Unmukt Chand has shared this information to the fans on Twitter. While sharing the video of his memories, he has written that now a new journey of his life is starting. Let us tell you that there are reports that Unmukt Chand is going to make his cricket career in America.
— Unmukt Chand (@UnmuktChand9) August 13, 2021
Unmukt Chand’s record
Unmukt Chand has scored 3379 runs in 67 First Class matches, while adding 4505 runs in 120 List A matches. Unmukt Chand has scored 1564 runs in 77 T20s. Unmukt Chand has won India’s Under-19 World Cup 2012 under his captaincy.
Cricket can now be played in America
According to the BCCI rules, any Indian cricketer who is or is not a part of BCCI’s contract cannot play any kind of franchise cricket outside the country before announcing his retirement. Let us tell you that earlier Yuvraj Singh had to retire to play T20 league in Canada. Now Unmukt Chand has announced his retirement, so he can play cricket in America.