Chennai: A glance at India’s uncapped players who struck gold at the IPL auction right here on Thursday:
Base worth: ₹20 lakh, Bought for ₹9.25 crore by Chennai Super Kings
Style: Spin All-rounder
The 32-year-old Karnataka all-rounder will not be new to IPL, having performed for a number of groups, most lately Punjab Kings. Chennai Super Kings discovered advantage in his capacity to spin the ball and provide you with big pictures when required. He has dismissed India skipper Virat Kohli too a few instances together with his off-spin.
Released by Punjab Kings, the hefty cope with CSK should have shocked even Gowtham himself. He has 1045 runs with one century from 42 First Class video games aside from 166 wickets.
Base worth: ₹20 lakh, Bought for ₹5.25 crore by Punjab Kings
Style: Spin All-rounder
Named after a Bollywood heart-throb, the younger Tamil Nadu batsman earned a popularity of being sensible finisher together with his big-hitting capacity. The 25-year-old performed a key position in his facet successful the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy this 12 months. He went unsold within the auction final time however his sparking present at SMAT made it troublesome to disregard him.
In 5 First Class video games, he has two half-centuries together with an unbeaten 92.
Base worth: ₹20 lakh, Bought on base worth by Royal Challengers bangalore.
Style: Wicket-keeper batsman
One of these batsmen who caught eye on this 12 months’s SMAT was 22-year-old Kerala batsman Azharuddeen. His path to fame was a sensational 37-ball century in opposition to Mumbai. Named after former India captain, Azharuddeen’s common of 25.91 in 22 First Class video games and 22.25 in 24 List A matches, will not be spectacular however he performed a knock that might effectively show to be life-changing.
Base Price: ₹20 lakh, Bought for ₹1.2 Crore by Rajasthan Royals
Style: Left-arm pacer
The 22-year outdated Saurashtra pacer has emerged from a humble background, rising up in Bhavnagar district. His household didn’t have a TV until final 12 months and needed to depend upon neighbours to look at him in motion. He made an impression at the Cooch Behar Trophy and in addition received to coach at MRF Pace academy below Australian legend Glenn McGrath.
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