Indian wicket-keeper Dinesh Karthik feels that the best IPL season was in IPL 2013 and 2018.
Dinesh Karthik won the title with the Mumbai Indians in 2013 before leading the Kolkata Knight Riders to the playoffs five years later.
Dinesh Karthik recently participated in an ‘Ask Me Anything’ on Instagram, where his fans asked him several interesting questions.
He started his career at the Delhi Capitals before moving to the Kings XI Punjab in 2011. The Mumbai Indians signed Karthik in 2012 and he returned to the Delhi-based franchise two years later with a title under his belt.
Before IPL 2015, the Royal Challengers Bangalore secured Dinesh Karthik’s services.
The wicket-keeper also had a two-year stint with the Gujarat Lions.
The Kolkata Knight Riders bought him in the 2018 auction and Karthik has been a part of KKR ever since.
Dinesh Karthik has amassed over 400 runs in an IPL season only twice in his career. The first instance came in 2013 when he aggregated 510 runs for the Mumbai Indians
In 2018, Karthik led the Kolkata Knight Riders from the front, scoring 498 runs at an average of 49.80.
On the domestic cricket front, Karthik will captain Tamil Nadu in the upcoming Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.