3 Players who won the IPL trophy with most number of teams

3 Players who won the IPL trophy with most number of teams

Some cricketers have had the privilege of winning the title with multiple teams.

Manvinder Bisla
Manvinder Bisla. (Photo by Carl Fourie / Gallo Images/Getty Images)

If we look at the two faces of the coin as far as the cash-induced cricket game is concerned, it has both pros and cons. Talking about pros, the Indian Premier League (IPL) adds swanky and exorbitant words in the simple language of cricket.

To make it simple, every player in the world reckons to consistently perform well on the pitch so that they can be a part of the bidding war in auctions. However, the other side is suggestive of the fact that players need to be on their toes every time they step on the field while playing the biggest cricketing league in the world.

On that note, let us assess the names of the players who have been a part of victory lapse playing for multiple teams at the end of the finals. Be it, Aaron Finch, Parthiv Patel or Ishant Sharma, all of them have featured in a myriad of franchises. However, none of them stands even closer to this list.

So, without wasting any time, let’s dig into the IPL list:

1. Karn Sharma

karn Sharma
karn Sharma. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The spin-king, Karn Sharma, is known for his ability to keep the batsmen in dilemma till the end of his spell. The Meerut-born prodigy was bought after a bidding war in the IPL 2014 auction. Sunrisers Hyderabad bought the talisman at a whopping INR 3.5 crores.

Albeit the star showed his degree of brightness after Sunrisers registered their first IPL trophy in 2016. Later, Mumbai Indians traded him in the 10th IPL edition. As it happened, his heroics contributed in the third title contenders in the history of IPL. Following 2018, Chennai Super Kings brought the cricketing Casanova and cliched their hands on the coveted trophy.

The 32-year-old grabbed 54 wickets in 62 matches at a dignified economy of 7.82. Karn Sharma will be seen in action wearing yellow indicating that the star will scintillate brightly in the on-going season.