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From Aruchaur to cricket sensation: the journey of Sandeep Lamichhane

Delving into the life of Sandeep Lamichhane, the former captain of the Nepal national cricket team, has been of keen interest to many internet users. This article will provide a comprehensive account of his journey, from his early days in Aruchaur, Syangja, Gandaki Province, to his current status as a cricketing sensation.

Born on August 2, 2000, Lamichhane is 23 years old as of 2023. His interest in cricket was shaped by his admiration for Australian bowler Shane Warne and Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar. His journey in cricket commenced at the Chitwan Cricket Academy under the tutelage of former captain Raju Khadka.

Lamichhane’s parents, Chander Narayan Lamichhane and Kopila Devi, have been a constant source of support. Chander Narayan Lamichhane is employed by the Indian Railways. Sandeep has two siblings – an older brother, Mohan Lamichhane, and a younger sister, Indu Lamichhane Neupane.

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At the tender age of 14, his talent was spotted by coach Pubudu Dasanayake during a practice session. Regarding his personal life, it is currently unknown who Lamichhane is dating or if he is married. As of now, he appears to be single.

In addition to being a successful cricketer, Lamichhane has a keen interest in music. His YouTube channel showcases his singing prowess with music videos and songs. His debut single “Udash Thiyo” from the album “Pratikshya – The Waiting” was released in July 2018.

Lamichhane, who stands at 168 cm (1.68 m) and weighs 58 kilograms, is estimated to have a net worth of $5 million as of 2023. He is of Nepalese nationality and practices Hinduism.

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His cricketing journey took a significant turn when he played his first List A match against Namibia in the 2015–17 ICC World Cricket League Championship on April 16, 2016. Prior to this, he was part of Nepal’s under-19 cricket team during the 2016 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. His leg-break style of bowling earned him a hat-trick against Ireland under-19 in the tournament, making him the fifth bowler in the history of the under-19 World Cup to achieve this. His outstanding performance of 5/27 won him the Man of the Match title.

Stay connected with us for more updates on Sandeep Lamichhane’s journey.



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