Unmukt Chand, who said goodbye to Indian cricket at the age of 28, has played the sting of his victory in America. (Unmukt Chand Twitter)
India’s international and domestic cricketers are not allowed to play in foreign leagues, but the captain, who made India Under-19 world champions 9 years ago, has become the first Indian male player to join the BBL.
New Delhi. Unmukt Chand, who won the Under-19 World Cup title for India in his katani, has made a special achievement after retiring. In the past, after leaving the country at the age of 28, after leaving the country, he went to America to play free cricket and he started his new journey with victory there. Now he has made another special achievement in his name. He has become the first Indian male player to join the Big Bash League (BBL).
BBL team Melbourne Renegades announced that they have signed Unmukt Chand, becoming the first Indian male player to be associated with the Big Bash. Indian women cricketers have been playing in domestic leagues around the world including the Women’s Big Bash League for a long time, but international and domestic male players from India are not allowed to play cricket abroad.
Now free can play in any league of the world
Opener Unmukt had recently retired from Indian cricket to play in America. This means that BBL and rest of the domestic leagues are free to play. Regarding his decision to retire, Unmukt said that to be honest, it was not easy. The fact is that I will no longer play for the country. This is something that is hard to accept, but I am enjoying playing for America. It is getting better every day and now I can play all the leagues around the world. Personally this is a big achievement for me. Unmukt said that I loved watching Big Bash League. It’s a great stage and I’ve always wanted to play there.