Dinesh Karthik (born 1 June 1985) is an Indian professional cricketer and the current vice captain of the Kolkata Knight Riders. He also captains the Tamil Nadu Cricket Team. He made his debut for the Indian cricket team in 2004. Karthik has become the 4th Indian batsman to play 300 T20 matches.
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Dinesh Karthik was one of the plethora of wicketkeepers tried out by India in the Ganguly era of Indian cricket before the arrival of Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Not many would forget the sight of Dinesh Karthik in India colours, horizontal on the ground, as he stumped Michael Vaughan in 2004. It was his first dismissal as a wicketkeeper for India, but his...
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Dinesh Karthik Explains Why Virat Kohli Didn't Impose Follow-on Despite Bowling New Zealand Out for 62 India vs New Zealand: Despite taking a first innings lead of 263 runs, India skipper Virat ...
Eliminator: RCB vs KKR – Dinesh Karthik Wicket. 27,657 00:28 11 Oct 21. 00:33 Lockie Ferguson’s 150kph scorcher even rattles DK. 47,958 00 ...
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Dinesh Karthik Tells Why India Didn’t Enforce A Follow-On: Many fans were surprised when India didn’t enforce a follow after dismissing New Zealand for just 62 in the second match of the ongoing Test series, at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai. After Ajaz Patel stunned one and all by taking all 10 wickets in India’s […]
Dinesh Karthik IPL career. Over the years in IPL, Dinesh Karthik has established himself as a talented batter with a wide variety of shots. He began his IPL career in 2008 when he was bought by the Delhi Daredevils. In the 2008 season, he scored 145 runs at an average of 24.16 and an impressive strike rate of 135.51.
Dinesh Karthik support the umpire for his decision According to Karthik, the third umpire has to have conclusive evidence before he could overturn the decision of the on-field umpire. The ex-Indian batsman felt that when he saw it live, it looked like the ball hit the pad-bat-pad, and after watching so many replays, it only looked closer.