IPL Auction: David Warner bought by Delhi Capitals, Shreyas Iyer gets 12.25 crores. IPL Auction David Warner sold to Delhi Capitals for 6.25 crore | Patrika News

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IPL 2022 Auction: IPL 2022 auction has started. Team India’s trusted batsman Shreyas Iyer got a big amount. The number of players entering this auction is 600, which was 590 earlier. David Warner has been bought by Delhi Capitals.

Published: February 12, 2022 01:11:02 pm

IPL 2022 Mega Auction: In the initial phase of IPL 2022 Mega Auction, money was rained heavily on the players. In this mega auction, all eyes were on Australian opener David Warner. To buy David Warner, there was a fierce competition between Dhoni’s team CSK and Delhi Capitals on the auction table. But, in the end, Delhi Capitals won. The Delhi team included David Warner in its squad after paying a hefty amount of Rs 6 crore 25 lakh. On the other hand, Team India’s trusted batsman Shreyas Iyer got a big amount. Shreyas Iyer was included in his squad by KKR for 12.25 crores.

IPL Mega Auction

Let us tell you that the auction started with Shikhar Dhawan’s bid. Shikhar Dhawan was included in their squad by Punjab Kings for Rs 8 crore 25 lakh. After Shikhar Dhawan, the name of R Ashwin came in the auction. R Ashwin was bought by the Rajasthan Royals team for Rs 5 crore.

KKR re-inducted Pat Cummins into their squad for Rs 7 crore 25 lakh. South Africa’s legendary bowler Kagiso Rabada was included by the team of Punjab Kings for Rs 9.25 million. At the same time, the team of Lucknow has added Quinton de Kock with them for Rs 6.75 crores.

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Along with opening batting, de Kock can also prove to be a good option for wicketkeeping. The possibility that he will open with KL Rahul is also very high. Apart from this, Royal Challengers Bangalore added Faf du Plessis for Rs 7 crore, however, CSK did their best to buy Faf du Plessis.

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