New Delhi: Unmukt Chand, former India Under 19 skipper went by way of a terrifying accident as he suffered an eye fixed harm. The right-hand batter shared an image on his Twitter deal with and wrote, ”It’s by no means a easy trip for an athlete. Some days you come dwelling victorious, different days upset and there are some while you come dwelling with bruises and dents. Grateful to God to have survived a attainable catastrophe. Play exhausting however be secure. It’s a skinny line. Thank you for the nice needs”.
It’s by no means a easy trip for an athlete. Some days you come dwelling victorious, different days upset&there are some while you come dwelling with bruises and dents.Grateful to God to have survived a attainable catastrophe. Play exhausting however be secure. It’s a skinny line.
Thanku for the nice needs pic.twitter.com/HfW80lxG1c
— Unmukt Chand (@UnmuktChand9) October 1, 2022
Chand got here into the limelight after he scored a terrific century towards Australia within the U-19 World Cup finals in 2012. His innings helped India take the U-19 World Cup trophy. But after that, he couldn’t obtain a lot success on the senior degree and he introduced his retirement from Indian cricket.
In August 2021, he shifted his base to the USA and is presently enjoying for them. Chand had advised Hindustan Times, “For two years I used to be being sidelined by the Delhi selectors. I used to be actually pissed off and couldn’t perceive why DDCA was not giving me likelihood. So, I shifted to Uttarakhand for a season. An harm harm my cricket throughout that point. I used to be gutted, and after I obtained a suggestion from USA Cricket to play within the US, I (selected) to begin my profession afresh. I’m very proud of the choice I made. It shall be nice to play within the BBL. I received’t be capable of play in every other T20 league as I simply get two months off from USA Cricket in a season”.
Unmukt Chand turned the primary Indian participant to characteristic within the Big Bash League by enjoying for Melbourne Renegades final 12 months.