IPL 2023: 5 Players Who Failed For CSK But Became Match-Winners For Other Teams

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IPL 2023: 5 Players Who Failed For CSK But Became Match-Winners For Other Teams

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Chennai Super Kings is one of the most successful teams in IPL. He has won four IPL titles and the Champions League T20 trophy twice. In the last few years, CSK has given players a chance to play that few people know. However, not all players got a chance to play as only 11 players can be part of the playing XI. CSK released the benched players and who went on to become match winners for other teams. So today we are going to tell you about 5 such players.

IPL 2023 Auction: 3 Players Which Can Be Retained By Chennai Super Kings ( CSK)

1. Sai Kishore - CSK release, a game-changer for Gujarat Titans

Chennai Super Kings kept R Sai Kishore with them for several seasons but never gave him a chance to play. And this year, he made his debut for Gujarat Titans. He was instrumental in the team's victories against Lucknow Super Giants and Chennai Super Kings.

2. Thisara Perera - Released by CSK, becomes match winner for Sunrisers Hyderabad

Former Sri Lanka captain Thisara Perera made his IPL debut for Chennai Super Kings in 2010, but was released after a match. Pereira has since made match-winning performances for other teams in the league.

3. George Bailey:

George Bailey started his IPL career in 2009 for Chennai. However, he could not perform well. He then became the captain of Punjab Kings in 2014 and took the team to the final in that season where he was defeated by Kolkata.

4. Tim Southee:

Tim Southee played five matches for CSK in 2011 and took four wickets. After that he was not given any more chances to play. And later in his career, Southee made several match-winning performances for Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders.

5. Andrew Tye:

Andrew Tye was with Chennai Super Kings in 2015. He did not get a chance to play a single match in that season. In 2017, he took a hat-trick for Gujarat Lions, while in 2018, he won the Purple Cap representing Punjab Kings.