Former India U-19 star Unmukt Chand suffers serious eye injury; says grateful to have survived a possible disaster | Cricket News – Times of India

MUMBAI: Former India Below-19 skipper Unmukt Chand, at present enjoying for Silicon Valley Strikers in Minor League Cricket (MLC) in the USA, has suffered an eye fixed damage throughout a cricket match, and mentioned he’s grateful “to have survived a doable catastrophe”.
The 29-year-old, who retired from Indian cricket to pursue his enjoying profession within the US, lately grew to become the primary cricketer from the nation to play within the Large Bash League, making his debut for Melbourne Renegades in BBL-11.
On Saturday, he posted photos of the brutal eye damage on social media, saying, “It is by no means a clean journey for an athlete. Some days you come residence victorious, different days disillusioned & there are some while you come residence with bruises and dents. Grateful to God to have survived a doable catastrophe. Play arduous however be secure. It is a skinny line. Thanku for the nice needs,” tweeted Unmukt.

Unmukt, who gained the 2012 Below-19 World Cup in Australia, has performed 67 First-class video games scoring greater than 3,300 runs, however along with his profession heading nowhere in India, he determined to search for higher alternatives overseas and took retirement from nation’s cricket.
On September 16, MLC had tweeted that Unmukt was the highest run-getter with 693 runs.
“New 12 months, identical prime run scorer. Unmukt Chand stays on prime of the leaderboard with a powerful 693 runs this season,” MLS had tweeted.

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