Delhi all-rounder Manan Sharma retires from Indian cricket, plans to play for America

Delhi all-rounder Manan Sharma is retiring from Indian cricket after batsman Unmukt Chand won the India Under-19 World Cup in 2012. They are now ready to move to California for better prospects. 30-year-old Manan Sharma is the son of former Indian cricketer Ajay Sharma. Manan Sharma shares the dressing room with Virat Kohli, Rishabh Pant and Gautam Gambhir.

He was part of the Indian team during the Under-19 World Cup 2010. Manan Sharma debuted in Delhi in 2017. He has scored 1208 runs at an average of 27.45 in 35 first class matches. This includes a century and 8 fifties. He has taken 113 first-class wickets. In addition, Manan Sharma has taken 32 wickets in 26 T20 matches at an economy rate of 6.07. In 2016, the IPL franchise bought Kolkata Knight Riders at a base price of Rs 10 lakh.

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Unmukt, who announced his retirement from Indian cricket last Friday, said, “I honestly still figure out because I don’t know how to feel. The thought of not being able to represent my country again really makes my heart swell for a while. Personally, there have been some wonderful moments in my cricket journey in India. Winning the Under-19 World Cup for India was a big moment of my life. It is a special feeling to lift the cup as a captain and bring it to the country. I will always remember leading India A on several occasions and winning various bilateral and tri-series.

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