Unmukt Chand flopped on BBL debut
Unmukt became the first Indian male player to play Bish Bash, returned to the pavilion after scoring 6 runs Unmukt Chand, who led the Indian team to the Under-19 World Cup win under his captaincy in 2012, became the first Indian male player to debut in Australia's domestic T20 league 'Big Bash League'. Chand made his debut for Melbourne Renegades.
Although his BBL debut was not special and he got out after scoring 6 runs in 8 balls. Unmukt's wicket came in the account of Sandeep Lamichhane. Melbourne Renegades team lost this match by 6 runs on the last ball.
Hobart Hurricanes had set a target of 183 runs in front of Melbourne. In reply, the team could only score 176/6 and lost the match. Unmukt Chand had announced his retirement from Indian cricket on August 13 in 2021 last year. After retiring from Indian cricket, he has now started a new cricket in America.
Under his captaincy, he also won the Silicon Valley Strikers the title of minor league cricket. Also in the tournament, Chand's bat had seen 591 runs in 15 matches at an average of 53. He also scored a brilliant century. He signed a 3-year deal with the American League.
In the coming time, he can also make his international debut for this country. After retirement, Chand had also accused the Delhi Cricket Association of mentally harassing her. Unmukt Chand played 67 first-class matches. In this, he scored 3379 runs at an average of 31.57.
His performance in List A cricket was better. In this format, he scored 4505 runs in 120 matches at an average of 41.33. In T20, he scored 1565 runs in 77 matches at an average of 22.35. After the 2012 Under-19 World Cup, he got a chance to play for Delhi in the Ranji Trophy.
He scored 151 runs in the fourth match. He made his IPL debut at the age of 18. In the IPL, he got a chance to play for Delhi Daredevils, Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals, but he could not show an impressive game.