Sandeep Lamichhane just lately led Kathmandu Kings in Everest Premier League.
Leg spinner and star cricketer of Nepal Sandeep Lamichhane has changed Gyanendra Malla because the captain of Nepal. The 21-year-old has made himself a star of the nation whereas plying his commerce in a number of T20 leagues the world over and this.netes as one other spotlight of his profession.
Lamichhane is at present in Australia, enjoying for Hobart Hurricanes in his fourth season of the Large Bash League. It must be famous that 31-year-old Malla just lately starred for his nation by smashing two back-to-back half-centuries in ODIs in opposition to Oman and USA. Nonetheless, Malla and vice-captain Dipendra Singh Airee got here beneath scanner after their current controversies with the Cricket Affiliation of Nepal (CAN).
Sandeep Lamichhane just lately led Kathmandu Kings in Everest Premier League
It has been reported by ESPNcricinfo that the previous skipper of Nepal and his deputy had some dispute over their contracts with the cricket board of their nation. Speaking about Lamichhane, he has the credit score of main Nepal in U19 in 2016 within the Asia Cup and later in 2017. His newest captaincy expertise occurs to be whereas main his facet Kathmandu Kings in Nepal’s home T20 match within the Everest Premier League. Nonetheless, now, Lamichhane’s first outing as captain can be through the 2022 T20 World Cup International Qualifier. The occasion is all scheduled to kick off in Oman in February 2022.
Speaking in regards to the dispute between gamers and CAN, it has been going for the reason that early days of October the place gamers had points with the way in which graded central contracts have been awarded. Gamers additionally reported having objections to match charges and distribution of prize cash. CAN President was additionally reported of criticizing his gamers for elevating their voice in opposition to the board. Earlier within the day, Nepal’s U19 squad for Asia Cup additionally got here to the fore the place Dev Khanal can be main the facet.
Nepal’s U19 squad 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