With the retirement of India’s star players, the playing time for America continues. First Delhi all-rounder Manan Sharma retired and then batsman Unmukt Chand, who won the India Under-19 World Cup in 2012, retired from Indian cricket for good intentions. Former Delhi batsman Milind Kumar has been added to the list. Upon his retirement, Milind can now be found playing minor league cricket in America, including his team as Philadelphians.
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Milind Kumar Minor and Major League Cricket are very excited to join the family! We wish them and the Philadelphians the current with us pic.twitter.com/dFpvtrBfib
– Minor League Cricket (@MiLC Cricket) August 21, 2021
Let us tell you that an Indian cricketer must first retire to play in other countries’ cricket leagues, after which the BCCI gives him an Objection Certificate (NOC) to play in other leagues. The league itself tweeted about the 30-year-old Milind playing in the American League. That said, ‘Milind Kumar is very excited to join the minor and minor league cricket family. We wish them and the Philadelphians at present.
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Speaking of Milind, he has played in domestic cricket for Delhi, Sikkim and Tripura. In addition, he has played for the Delhi Daredevils in 2013 and Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2013. He started his career with Delhi and later became its deputy. In 2013, he played 78 unbeaten innings of 85 balls against England in a practice match. Shikhar Dhawan, a veteran opener, scored a spectacular century in this match. What’s special is that Delhi managed to beat England by six wickets.