Sat. Dec 3rd, 2022
NEW DELHI: All-round fast bowling in India Shardul Thakur Preparing to join Kolkata Knight Riders as its former franchise in the next edition of Indian Premier League Delhi Capitals traded him for the hatless versatile Mumbai Oh Han.
Purchased by Delhi Capitals for Rs 10.75, Thakur had captured 15 rooks in 14 matches in the 2022 edition, including career-best 4/36 figures, but had leaked close to 10 rounds each time.
He scored 120 laps with the bat with an average hit rate of 10.81 and 137.93.

“Shardul Thakur has been traded from Delhi Capitals to Kolkata Knight Riders for the upcoming TATA. IPL 2023,” IPL organizers said in a statement.
“Emerging all-rounder Aman Khan traded from Kolkata Knight Riders to Delhi Capitals.”
Purchased for 20 Lakh at the 2022 IPL auction, 25-year-old Aman made his IPL debut for KKR last season.
Thakur is currently in New Zealand for the three-game ODI series.
Thakur became the third player traded by KKR after New Zealand’s Lockie Ferguson and Afghanistan’s Rahmanullah Gurbaz were served in another all-cash deal from the Titans.