Cricketers Who Started a Successful Career in IPL After Leaving RCB
According to the topic, every young cricketer has a dream to play under Dhoni. However, there were some cricketers who failed miserably to play for Royal Challengers Bangalore and later did great under Dhoni. Let’s find out about those five cricketers who started a successful IPL career after leaving RCB.
5 Players Who Have a Successful Carrer After Leaving RCB
1) Moin Ali:
English all-rounder Moin Ali did not consistently get a chance to prove himself after joining the Royal Challengers Bangalore team. The RCB team released him before the IPL 2021 season. He then joined the Chennai Super Kings team.
This all-rounder has done a great job at CSK so far. Moin Ali has taken 4 wickets including 107 runs in the last three matches. Rajasthan won with an all-round performance against the Royals and he became the best of the match.
2) Shane Watson:
Aussie star Shane Watson played for Rajasthan Royals till 2015. He then joined the RCB team after being banned. He scored less than 300 runs in two seasons for RCB, but only 555 runs for CSK in 2016. After playing three consecutive seasons for CSK, Shane Watson bid farewell to his IPL career in 2020.
3) Karn Sharma:
Very few people know that Karna Sharma made his IPL debut for Royal Challengers Bangalore. He did not get much opportunity in bowling at this time and his bowling average was more than 33. However, in 2016, he had a great performance for CSK. The leg-spinner took 10 wickets in 12 matches at an average of 18.60.
4) Ashok Dinda:
In 2016, under the leadership of Dhoni, Ashok Dinda got a chance to play. When he signed for Rising Pune Super Giants. Earlier, the right-handed fast bowler played for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 2014-15 season but did not have much success. After that Dhoni got 12 wickets in 12 matches.
5) Jaydev Unadkat:
Jaydev Unadkat played for Rising Pune Super Giants in the 2016 IPL under the leadership of MS Dhoni. He had a great performance that season and was among the top contestants in the Purple Cap.
During this time he took a total of 24 wickets in 12 matches. But before that, he played for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Where he got only 13 wickets in 13 matches. Also, his bowling economic rate was much higher.