The big controversy in The Hundred, this player was asked to leave England overnight


Nepal leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane was included in The Oval Invincibles team in The Hundred tournament but during the quarantine period, he learned that he would now have to leave England and return to his country.

New Delhi. It is difficult for Nepal's leg-spinner and leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane, who has played in many T20 leagues around the world, to play in The Hundred tournament in England. According to reports, Sandeep Lamichhane's visa has been declared invalid and he has been ordered to leave England immediately. (PC-Sandeep Lamichhane Instagram)

Sandeep Lamichhane (Sandeep Lamichhane Visa Controversy) is shocked by this news because he is currently in quarantine in England and after spending 8 days in the hotel, he suddenly gets the news that his visa is not valid. Sandeep Lamichhane says that if he asked the ECB for an answer on this issue, then no official is able to give him the right answer. (PC-Sandeep Lamichhane Instagram)

Sandeep Lamichhane said, 'I am asking what has suddenly gone wrong but no correct answer is being received from the ECB. I can understand that suddenly things change but I deserve a clear answer. I want to know that after all because my valid visa has become invalid. (PC-Sandeep Lamichhane Instagram)

Let us tell you that Sandeep Lamichhane was bought by the Oval Invincibles team for 60 thousand pounds, but now this leg-spinner is not sure to join the team. Team captain Sam Billings also has no information on the issue of Lamichhane. (PC-Sandeep Lamichhane Instagram)

Let us tell you that Sandeep Lamichhane has taken 138 wickets in 101 T20 matches and his economy rate is also just 6.86. (PC-Sandeep Lamichhane Instagram)

If Sandeep Lamichhane does not play in The Hundred, then the Oval team can buy the world's number 1 T20 spinner Tabrez Shamsi in his place. Shamsi is currently on a tour of Ireland. (AP)