Another Indian cricketer went to America, RCB cricketer surprised by retirement
Milind Kumar(Credits IPL)
- Milind Kumar is the fourth cricketer from Delhi to turn to America’s minor league cricket
- Apart from Delhi, Milind has played for Sikkim and Tripura.
- In the year 2019, RCB had included him in his team at the base price of 20 lakhs.
New Delhi: After the announcement of the retirement of Captain Unmukt Chand, who made India the Under-19 World Champion, there has been a competition to do so in the domestic cricket circuit of Delhi. One by one, many players are coming near the 30th stage of age and announcing their retirement in the desire to make a cricket career in America.
Presently part of Tripura team
Another player’s name has been added to this list on Sunday. This player is Milind Kumar, who made his Haryana debut for Delhi in the year 2011. Milind Kumar was playing domestic cricket for the states of the Northeast, leaving Delhi for the last few seasons. He was part of the Tripura team before announcing his retirement. 30-year-old Milind Kumar represented Sikkim and Tripura besides Delhi in domestic cricket. He has also played for Delhi Daredevils and Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL. In the year 2019, RCB included Milind in their team at a cost of Rs 20 lakh.
Such was the domestic cricket career of Milind
Milind, who played as an all-rounder, used to bowl off-spin along with batting. He has 2988 runs in his name in 46 first-class matches played in domestic cricket at an average of 46.68. During this he scored 9 centuries and 15 half-centuries. His highest score was 261 runs. At the same time, in List A and T20 career, he played 65 and 58 matches respectively and scored 2023 and 1176 runs during this period. While bowling in domestic cricket, he took 33 first-class wickets, 12 List A wickets and five wickets in T20Is.
Fourth cricketer to move to America
Milind Kumar has also decided to play in the minor cricket league in America like Unmukt Chand, Samit Patel and Manan Sharma. He is the fourth cricketer to move to America.
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