Indian T20 League is undoubtedly the most-watched cricketing league all over the world. Not only the tournament, but even its auctions also excite the viewers. The auction gives us the lineups of the various franchises. There are many players who have played for different franchises in the cash-rich league.
There are some players who have not been able to find permanent homes for themselves in the major league. They move from one team to another after a season or two due to myriad reasons like poor form or injury or due to becoming surplus to a team’s requirement.
On that note, we take a look at three such players whose journeys in the league have been nothing short of adventurous as they have represented six or more different franchises in the competition
Australia men’s white-ball captain Aaron Finch is unsure if he will be part of the Indian T20 League 2023. Finch, the 2021 20-20 World Cup winning captain, oversaw his side’s Super 12s exit from a home 20-20 World Cup and is unlikely to be part of the 2024 edition in the Caribbean and the United States.
Finch has represented nine franchises so far, which is a record. He was with the Rajasthan, Delhi, Pune, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Gujarat, Punjab, and Bengaluru Franchises. He has played 92 matches in the cash-rich league, scoring 2091 runs at an average of 25.19 and a strike rate of 128.20.