New Delhi: The cricket career of captain Unmukt Chand, who won the 2012 Under-19 World Cup under India’s captaincy, was quickly lost in the darkness of oblivion. There are reports that Unmukt Chand is going to make his cricket career in America. Pakistani cricketer Samee Aslam claimed in an interview that Unmukt Chand is going to make his career in America.
Samee Aslam opened his secret
Samee Aslam said in an interview to Indian Express.com, ‘Recently 30-40 foreign cricketers have come to America. There are also some former U-19 Indian players, including Unmukt Chand, Samit Patel and Harmeet Singh. Former Pakistan international cricketer Samee Aslam settled in the US last year, because he was being ignored in the Pakistan team.
Unmukt Chand gave clarification
Actually, there are reports of new T20 league ‘Major League Cricket’ in America. Unmukt Chand is one of those Indian cricketers who have recently settled in the US. Unmukt Chand clarified on this, saying, ‘I went to America to meet my relatives. I have not done any such thing as a contract in America. This journey was just about to roam. ‘
What do the rules of BCCI say?
As per the rules, any Indian cricketer who is or is not part of the BCCI contract cannot play any type of franchise cricket outside the country before announcing his retirement. Please tell that before this, Yuvraj Singh had to retire to play T20 league in Canada.
Unmukt Chand’s record
Unmukt Chand has scored 3379 runs in 67 first class matches, while has added 4505 runs in 120 List A matches. Unmukt Chand has scored 1564 runs in 77 T20s. Unmukt Chand has won the 2012 Under-19 World Cup to India under his captaincy.