IPL / Unadkat to Rajasthan, Varun to Punjab bought for Rs 8.4 8.4 crores, both the most expensive at the auction:
Indian premier league auction 2018-19:
In the beginning, Unsold, Yuvraj was bought by Mumbai for the second time at a base price of Rs. 1 crore at base price.
Bengaluru bought Shivam Dubey 25 times form his base price for 5 crores rupees.
The most expensive sold in foreign players, Sam Curran, 7.2 crores.
Kings XI Punjab bought Prabhsimaran Singh 24 times from base price for 4.8 crores rupees.
Players’ auction took place in Jaipur on Tuesday for the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019. In it, eight franchises bought 60 players by spending 106 crores 80 lakhs. Of these 20 are foreigners. Jaydev Unadkat and Varun Chakraborthy, the most expensive in the auction that lasted six rounds, was sold. Unadkat bought Rajasthan and Varun for Punjab for 8.4-8.4 million rupees. Royal Challengers Bangalore bought Shivam Dubey for five crore rupees. He was an uncapped player and his base price was Rs 20 lakhs. Sam Curran sells England’s most expensive foreigners. Delhi Capitals bought them for Rs 7.2 crore. Yuvraj Singh, who was unsold in the first round, was later bought by Mumbai Indians at his base price for one crore rupees.
Punjab spent Rs 32.5 crores, 13 players purchased. Chennai Super Kings bought two players, 5.2 crores. Delhi Capitals bought 10 players, 17.8 crores. Kings XI Punjab bought 13 players, 32.5 crores. Kolkata Knight Riders have eight players, 9.15 crores. Mumbai Indians bought 6 players, 7.6 crores. Rajasthan Royals bought nine players,16.35 crores. Royal Challengers Bangalore bought 16.35 crores for nine players and Sunrisers Hyderabad for three players for 4.4 crores.
After not selling in the auction, Rajasthan Royals chose Ashton Turner, Ryan Parag, and Manan Vohra separately and bought at the base price.
Ashton Turner: The base price was Rs 50 lakhs, which was bought by Rajasthan for the same price. Ryan pollen: The base price was Rs 20 lakh, Rajasthan bought it at this price. Manan Vohra, The base price was Rs 20 lakhs. He bought them at this price.
First round of auction (IPL): Hanuma Vihari becomes the first bestseller:
In the first round, nine players sold. Five of these are foreigners. The first player Hanuma Vihari sold. He bought them two crore rupees in Delhi Capitals. His base price was 50 lakh rupees. West Indies Carlos Brathwaite bought Kolkata Knight Riders for five crore rupees. Among the Indians, Akshar Patel has so far sold the most expensive. They bought them for five crore rupees by Delhi Capitals. No team has shown interest in buying Yuvraj Singh.
Second round: Malinga is sold only in foreigners:
Up to the second round, 15 players were sold. Six of these were foreigners. Jaydev Unadkat first sold in the second round. They bought Rajasthan Royals for Rs 8.4 crore. They are the most expensive players of all time. Mohit Sharma has been bought by Chennai Super Kings for five crore rupees. Talking about foreign players, only Sri Lankan Lasith Malinga is sold in this round. They bought them at the base price of Mumbai Indians.
Third round: Varun’s highest price:
By the third round, 22 players have been sold. Six of these are foreigners. Seven players sold in the third round. Varun Chakravarthy sold the highest price of Rs 8.4 crore. Kings XI Punjab bought Varun. He was an unkempt player and his base price was Rs 20 lakhs. Shivam Dubey was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore for five crore rupees. He was also an uncapped player and his base price was Rs 20 lakhs.
Fourth round: England’s Sam Curran sold the most expensive:
South Africa’s Colin Ingram first sold the fourth round. They bought Delhi Capitals for Rs 6.40 crore. His base price was two crore rupees. England’s Sam Curran bought Kings XI Punjab for Rs 7.2 crore. His base price was two crore rupees. Barindra Saran was bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 3.4 crore. His base price was 50 lakh rupees.
Fifth round: Yuvraj and Martin Guptill are also sold:
So far the most expensive Prabhsimran Singh sold in the fifth round. He has purchased Kings XI Punjab for Rs 4.8 crore. He was an uncapped player and his base price was 20 lakhs. For the first time, Akshdeep Nath, for the second time, sold the base price at 3.6 million for 20 lakh to 18 times the price. Yuvraj Singh was also sold in this round. They bought Mumbai Indians at the base price for one crore rupees. Martin Guptill also bought Sunrise Hyderabad at the base price for one crore rupees. They were not sold for the first time.
Sixth round: All players sell at the base price only:
Seven players sold in this round. None of these have been bought, which has been purchased in excess of the base price. In this round Rajasthan Royals got one, Kolkata Knight Riders two, Delhi Capitals two, Chennai Super kings one, Kings XI Punjab one player bought.
Earlier, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Amitabh Chaudhary announced the launch of the IPL auction. In the first round, 19 players including Martin Guptill, Alex Hales, Shimron Hetmyer, Brandon McCullum, Cheteshwar Pujara, Manoj Tiwari and Hanuma Vihari were included in the auction. The bid for 351 players will be seen in the auction for the first time outside Bengaluru. Earlier, 346 players were selected for the auction, but their number was later 351. There are 228 Indians and 123 foreign players from 13 countries. However, all eight franchises will be able to buy only 70 players. Rajasthan Royals was the only team who saved most 7.7 crores in his account.