New Cricket Captain for Nepal

December 19, 2021 by 2 Comments

Nepal cricketer Sandeep Lamichhane who is Leg spinner and star has supplanted Gyanendra Malla as the skipper of Nepal. The 21-year-old has made himself a star of the nation while carrying out his specialty in a few T20 leagues across the world and this comes as one more feature of his vocation.

Lamichhane is presently in Australia, playing for Hobart Hurricanes in his fourth period of the Big Bash League. It must be noticed that 31-year-old Malla as of late featured for his country by crushing two consecutive half-hundreds of years in ODIs against Oman and USA. Be that as it may, Malla and bad habit commander Dipendra Singh Airee went under scanner later their new contentions with the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN).

Sandeep Lamichhane as of late drove Kathmandu Kings in Everest Premier League

It has been accounted for by ESPNcricinfo that the previous captain of Nepal and his delegate had some disagreement about their agreements with the cricket leading body of their country. The credit of driving Nepal in U19 in 2016 in the Asia Cup and later in 2017 goes to Sandeep Lamichhane. His most recent captaincy experience turns out to be while driving his side Kathmandu Kings in Nepal’s homegrown T20 competition in the Everest Premier League. Notwithstanding, presently, Lamichhane’s first trip as commander would be during the 2022 T20 World Cup Global Qualifier. The occasion is completely booked to start off in Oman in February 2022.

Discussing the debate among players and CAN, it has been going since the beginning of October where players disliked the manner in which evaluated focal agreements have been granted. Players likewise announced having issues with match charges and circulation of prize cash. CAN President was likewise announced of scrutinizing his players for raising their voice against the board. Prior in the day, Nepal’s U19 crew for Asia Cup likewise came to the front where Dev Khanal will be driving the side.

Nepal’s U19 crew for Asia Cup – Dev Khanal (c), Sher Malla (vc), Dipesh Kandel, Vivek Yadav, Vivek Rana Magar, Gulshan Jha, Santosh Karki, Adil Ansari, Tilak Raj Bhandari, Arjun Kumal, Vasir Ahmed, Durgesh Gupta, Prakash Jaisi, Arjun Saud, Rahul Bhandari.

2 Replies to “New Cricket Captain for Nepal”

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *