Early Life of Karn Vinod Sharma
Karn Vinod Sharma was born on 23rd October 1987. He is an Indian cricketer. He plays as an all-rounder for the Railways cricket team. He is a left-hand batsman and leg break bowler. He made his Twenty20 International debut against England Cricket Team in 2014. He made his One Day International debut for India against Sri Lanka on 13th November 2014. He made his Test debut against Australia in Adelaide on 9 December 2014.
Debut in First Class Cricket
Karn Vinod Sharma made his first-class debut in 2007/08 Ranji Trophy season at Karnail Singh Stadium against Jammu and Kashmir where he played as a specialist batsman. He scored 120 off 232 balls with 17 boundaries as Railways cricket team won by innings and 88 runs.
Career in T 20 Cricket Tournaments
Karn Vinod Sharma made his T20 debut on 7 September 2014 against England and returned with a figure of 1/28 dismissed Joe Root.
ODI Career of Karn Vinod Sharma
Karn Vinod Sharma made his ODI debut on 13th November 2014 against Sri Lanka. Sadly he had a terrible outing with the ball on debut and he didn't get a chance to bat for the team
Test Career of Karn Vinod Sharma
Karn Vinod Sharma made his Test debut on 9 December 2014 against Australia within a month of his ODI debut.
Karn Vinod Sharma in Indian Premier League
Karn Vinod Sharma was signed up by the IPL franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad in the year 2013. In a line-up comprising Dale Steyn, Thisara Perera and Amit Mishra, young Sharma was the bowler the opposition batsmen were expected to target. He responded with a mature performance. His performance against Kings XI Punjab early on in the tournament was ample proof of his potential, as he beat the Kings XI batsmen with his spin.
He fortified an already strong bowling attack with a decent economy rate and was a good foil to Amit Mishra, the senior leg spinner in the side. When he was given the chance also contributed with the bat scoring a stubborn unbeaten 39 when Sunrisers Hyderabad was staring at their first home defeat against Chennai Super Kings. In 2014 IPL auctions, he was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs.3.75 crore, in a bidding war with Kings XI Punjab. He is the highest paid uncapped Indian player in IPL 2014. In 2015, he was retained by the Sunrisers Hyderabad and he is yet to play as the lead spin bowler for the team.