newscricket3 months ago

Going to change cricket a lot in USA and how people look at them in India, asserts Unmukt Chand

Unmukt Chand is hopeful that the way the development is happening in his new country USA will surprise many of the Indians, who underestimate them. Chand, India’s U-19 World Cup-winning captain in 2012, announced his retirement from the sport in the country due to a lack of opportunity.
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newscricket1 year ago

BBL 2021-22 | WATCH: Unmukt Chand gets his first BBL six against Sydney Thunder

India-born cricketer Unmukt Chand hit two big sixes against Sydney Thunders playing for Melbourne Renegades registering his first of the tournament. Batting first, Thunders posted a total of 170 and Unmukt Chand scored 29 runs from 22 balls in the chase, making a small contribution with the bat.
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newscricket1 year ago

Unmukt Chand becomes first-ever male Indian player in the BBL

Former India U-19 and India A captain Unmukt Chand on Thursday became the first India male player to sign for a Big Bash League (BBL) franchise. The 28-year-old announced his retirement from Indian cricket in August this year and moved to America after signing multi-year with Major League Cricket.
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newscricket1 year ago

Unmukt Chand retires from Indian cricket at 28

Unmukt Chand, who led India to the 2012 Under-19 World Cup triumph in Australia, announced his retirement from Indian cricket via a Twitter note on Friday. He has signed a three-year deal with USA's Major League Cricket (MLC), where he will join his U19 teammates - Smit Patel and Harmeet Singh.
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newscricket2 years ago

Unmukt Chand refutes Sami Aslam’s claim; denies involvement in USA T20 league

Former Indian U19 skipper Unmukt Chand has denied claims that he is set to move to the United States to participate in Major League Cricket (MLC) and has asserted that he went to grounds merely to practice. On Sunday, Pakistan’s Sami Aslam claimed that Chand was planning to move to the US.
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newscricket2 years ago

Unmukt Chand among several Indians set to play cricket in USA, reveals Sami Aslam

Sami Aslam, who quit Pakistan cricket last year to pursue a career in USA, has revealed that Unmukt Chand is one among multiple Indians all set to play cricket in the United States. Chand, a former U19 World Cup winning captain, last represented Uttarakhand in the Ranji Trophy in 2019/20.
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newscricket3 years ago

Worldview of success and failure can be too harsh on most cricketers, feels Unmukt Chand

Unmukt Chand has a philosophical take on his career saying that the world's view of success and failure can be too harsh on most of the cricketers, and he feels there has been hardly a way out. Chand further added that it is always important to be nice to oneself and not let the world dictate.
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newscricket3 years ago

ICC U19 World Cup | Making smarter and healthier choices will help youngsters do well, opines Unmukt Chand

With the ICC U-19 World Cup starting on Friday in South Africa, former India U19 skipper Unmukt Chand has advised the current squad to make smart choices. Chand, who led the side to the title in 2012, added that the youngsters need to be prepared for the tough road ahead of them.
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newscricket3 years ago

Ranji Trophy 2019-20 | Elite Group C - Odisha win thriller against Haryana as Jammu & Kashmir coast home

Odisha won a one-wicket thriller against Haryana, while Jammu & Kashmir sailed through to a comfortable win over Services in round five. Uttarakhand held on for a nervous draw against Tripura, Maharashtra beat Jharkhand with ease, while Assam and Chhattisgarh played out a draw in the other matches.
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featurecricket3 years ago

Ranji Trophy | Where would your team finish ft. Elite Group C

In another fresh edition of the Ranji Trophy, all eyes will be set on the next Indian break-out star, after what Mayank Agarwal and Hanuma Vihari did with India. In this preview, we, at SportsCafe, take a look at Elite Group C teams and try to predict the position they might end up finish.
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