Sunil Narine IPL salary, stats and records

Sunil Narine IPL salary, stats and records

Sunil Narine
Check out the IPL salary and stats of former Caribbean and KKR star all-rounder Sunil Narine in the Indian Premier League.

Former West Indies all-rounder Sunil Narine has played 168 matches in the Indian Premier League to date. He has scored 1236 runs with an impressive strike rate of 162.20 and has also taken 168 wickets.

Narine has five half-centuries to his name as well, with his highest IPL score standing at 85 runs. Having the ability to give a team a solid start, utilize the powerplay, and also provide a wicket-taking bowling option. He has been a valuable asset for the team.

In the IPL 2024 auction, the Kolkata franchise again retained Sunil Narine by paying a huge total of 6 crores. Let us take a look at Sunil Narine’s IPL salary, stats, and records over the years.

Sunil Narine IPL salary

Narine made his debut in 2012 for Kolkata Knight Riders at the whopping price of 3.5 crore. Since then, there has been mutual respect shown by both Narine and the KKR franchise, as KKR has never released this star all-rounder. KKR utilizes Narine’s talent brilliantly both in batting and bowling.

20123.5 croreKKR
20133.7 croreKKR
20149.5 croreKKR
20159.5 croreKKR
20169.50 croreKKR
20179.50 croreKKR
2018 12.50 croreKKR
2019 12.50 croreKKR
2020 12.50 croreKKR
2021 12.50 croreKKR
20226 croreKKR
20236 croreKKR
20246 croreKKR

Sunil Salary IPL stats

Sunil Narine has played 168 matches to date in his IPL career and has scored 1236 runs, boasting a strike rate of 162.20 in T20 tournaments.

He has always been a strong player against fast bowling as he utilizes the batting powerplay better than anyone. This is why he is a lethal player in the initial overs, capable of aggressively charging the bowlers, and his deadly spin bowling makes him the best asset for the team.


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