Former Under-19 Unmukt Chand announces retirement from Indian cricket at 28
Former Under-19 captain Unmukt Chand has announced his retirement from Indian cricket. Twenty-eight-year-old Unmukt Chand tweeted that the decision was made to look for better opportunities elsewhere in the world.
Unmukt Chand, who captained the Indian team to the Under-19 World Cup title in 2012, was once hailed as the future of Indian cricket. With the captain of the India A team. But Chand did not get a chance in the national team.
He played for Delhi, Rajasthan and Mumbai in the IPL. His unbeaten 111 against Australia in the Under-19 World Cup final is considered one of the best innings in Under-19 cricket.
Unmukt Chand’s retirement is aimed at the American League. Unmukt’s teammate and wicketkeeper Smith Patel is currently playing in the league for the Under – 19 World Cup. Unmukt Chand scored a century against Australia in the final while Smith Patel contributed to India’s victory with 62 runs.
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