Bangalore: Capless Indian pacemaker Abesh Khan joined a 10-roll club at an ongoing IPL auction on Saturday. Astonishing in Delhi during the 2021 season, Kahn was immediately bid by Chennai Super Kings and Lucknow Super Giants. When Chennai withdrew, the Mumbai Indians took part in the conflict and fought a fierce battle with Lucknow.
Despite the intervention of Delhi Capitals and Hyderabad Sunrisers, Lucknow Super Giants remained solid and bought him for Rs 10. This move meant that Kahn would become the most expensive capless player in the history of IPL auctions, overtaking Krishnappa Gotham, who was paid 9.25 rupees by Chennai Super Kings (CSK).
From Chennai, Delhi, Punjab Kings and Lucknow, there was a great deal of interest in Tamil Nadu’s left arm spinner R psychic. Punjab and Gujarat Titans fought a fierce battle before Hyderabad came in and finally bought him for Rs 3.
Delhi Capitals purchased KS Barrat for Rs 2.20 as a backup for their reshab pants. Last year, Anujirawat, part of the Rajasthan Royals, attracted attention from Royal Challengers Bangalore, Hyderabad and Gujarat. However, Bangalore remained strong and raided him at Rs 3.40. Punjab reacquired keeper batters Prabh Simran Singh and Jitesh Sharma at 60L and 20L respectively, and Sheldon Jackson of Saulstra was brought back by the Kolkata Knight Riders.
Kerala’s pacemaker Basil Tampi was snapped at 30 rupees by the Mumbai Indians. India U192020 batch member Kartik Tyagi collected bids from Delhi, Chennai, and later Hyderabad. Mumbai was also in dispute, but Hyderabad put a bid of 4 rupees in the bag. Bengal pacemaker Ishan Porel was brought back to Punjab for Rs 25, and Ankit Shin Rajput was chosen for Lucknow for Rs 50. Bangalore and Chennai have acquired Bengal pacemakers Akashdeep and KM Asif in Kerala for Rs 20.
Afghan spinner Noor Ahmed, who starred in the U19 World Cup, BBL, PSL and LPL, was selected by Gujarat for Rs 30. Murgan Ashwin, a leg spinner in Tamil Nadu, was purchased from Mumbai for Rs 160 million. Rajasthan chose the leg spinner KC Cariappa for INR 30L, Hyderabad acquired Shreyas Gopal’s service for INR 75L, and brought back Jagadeesha Suchith for a base price of INR 20L.
The unsold players in the round included keeper batters Vishnu Vinod, Mohammed Azharuddeen, Vishnu Solanki, N Jagadeesan, spinners M Siddharth and Sandeep Lamichhane.
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