Bet was placed in 50 lakhs
Keeping a lot of hope and luck factor in mind, Royal Challengers Bangalore had roped in the right arm offbreak spinner for a base price of 50 lakhs in the mega auction. The franchise definitely bought Karn, but he could not get a chance to play a single match for the team in the playing XI.
Now that Karn has been bought for the luck factor, there were no chances of him getting a chance in the playing XI…
Earlier from 2018 to 2021, he was with Chennai Super Kings and he used to get 5 crores. At the same time, in 2017, Mumbai Indians bought him for Rs 3 crore 20 lakh and he used to get Rs 3.75 crore while playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad from 4014 to 2016.
3 teams made champions
In 2016, Sunrisers Hyderabad defeated RCB by 8 runs. At that time Karn was part of the Hyderabad team. In 2017 she joined Mumbai and the team was successful in winning the final. Mumbai defeated Rising Pune Supergiants by 1 run in the final. After this he joined Chennai Super Kings in 2018 and the team showed a great game and defeated Hyderabad by 8 wickets in the final. In this way Karna won IPL for 3 consecutive years, 3 different teams. Last year also he was with Chennai and the team won the IPL for the fourth time by defeating Kolkata in the final.
What will be the part of RCB next year
Now whether Karn Sharma will be a part of Royal Challengers Bangalore next year or not, it will be decided only when IPL 2023 approaches. Actually, every team has bought players for the next three seasons in the mega auction, but if the team wants, they can also release the players on their own. Karn Sharma has played 68 matches in IPL and has taken 59 wickets.