IPL auction 2019: Unhead architect-cricketer Varun Chakraborty received a sensational bid of Rs 8.4 crore, which is 40 times higher than his original value, while veteran Yuvraj Singh was sold for the original value of the 2019 IPL Player auction. Was there.
Chakravarti, with a basic value of Rs 20 lakh, followed a bidding war, went to Kings XI Punjab, which included Delhi capitals, Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals. Shivam Dubey from Mumbai also became an IPL star because he got RCB 5 crores rupees.
KXIP also made big purchases for England all-rounder player Sam Curran Rs 7.2 crore.
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) December 18, 2018
Medium pacer Jaidev Unadkat became a millionaire with a quote of Rs 8.4 crore from Rajasthan Royals but Spotlight was firmly on the 27-year-old mystery spinner of Tamil Nadu, who left his career as a freelance architect to pursue cricket.
The 37-year-old Yuvraj, who was asked for a long time in IPL and after the player during his prime, did not receive any bids on his name. However, Mumbai Indians rescued them and took them for the original value of one crore rupees.
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Spinner Axar Patel (Rs 5 crore), fast bowler Mohit Sharma (Rs 5 crore) and Mohammed Shami (Rs 4.8 crore) were other names for bringing other bids.
Royal Challengers Bangalore paid Rs 4.2 crore for Simon Het mice. Star of World T20 in 2016, his teammates Brathwaite was sold to KKR for five crore rupees. Another West Indian wicketkeeper was Nicolas Puran to get an attractive deal.
23 lakhs, who came with the original value of Rs. 75 lakhs, went to KXIP for Rs. 4.20 crores.
Indian Test player Hanuma Vihari was sold to Delhi Capitals for two crore rupees, which was four times their original cost.
Fast bowler Ishant Sharma, whose original value was Rs 75 lakh, went to Delhi Capitol for Rs 1.1 crore while wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha was bought back by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 1.2 crore.
High profile players were player Cheteshwar Pujara, Brendon McCullum, Chris Woakes and Dale Steyn.