Samit Patil Retires Form Cricket India

U-19 World Cup Winning Member Samit Patel Retires From Indian Cricket & Joins CPL

Samit Patel, the former U-19 World Cup winner announced his retirement from Indian cricket on Saturday. This is confirmed news as officials of BCCI (Board of Control of Cricket in India) also made the confirmation of Sami Patel retirement.

This is pretty unexpected and shocking news coming all the way from Indian Cricket as a U-19 World Cup winning-squad member has officially retires suddenly. Smit Patel performed his duties as wicket keeper in U-19 Cricket team and was part of U-19 World Cup’ final match.

Samit Patil Retires Form Cricket India
Samit Patel celebrating world cup final victory

He played a stunning and responsible innings of 62 runs against Australia in the final match that helped India in chasing down the tough total under pressure. The talented and experienced youngster played too many important games at his earlier ages.

The 28-year old former Indian cricketer will continue playing different leagues across the world including Caribbean Premier League. He has signed a contract with Barbados Tridents.

News of retiring from Indian Cricket as well as joining the CPL has been confirmed. The reason of retiring from Indian cricket is obvious that he was bounded to BCCI’s rules and regulations. According the BCCI regulations, no Indian cricketer can take part in any domestic league until he retires from BCCI and IPL.

So retirement of Smit of Patel from Indian Cricket at earlier ages should not be controversial because of BCCI’ law and constitution. Samit Patel took part in Major Cricket League which is played in the United States of America. He also show cased his skills of batting against West Indies in a practice match and was part of Board of President’s Board XI back in 2018.