IPL 2019 auction sees some blockbuster signings

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18 Dec 2018

2019 IPL auction: Complete list of players bought by franchises

The Indian Premier league (IPL) auction for 2019 edition came to an end after an enthralling event in Jaipur.

Last season's costliest Indian, Jaydev Unadkat, became the joint-most expensive buy this time around, along with Varun Chakaravarthy.

Sam Curran ended up as the costliest overseas player.

70 slots were available across 8 teams and 60 got filled.

Here's the complete list of players bought.

SRH

Low-key SRH fill in the side with essentials

Low-key SRH fill in the side with essentials

Sunrisers Hyderabad bought just three players as they sorted their wicket-keeping issues.

SRH roped in England's Jonny Bairstow for Rs. 2.20 crore. They also bought back Wriddhiman Saha for Rs. 1.20 crore.

Besides the duo, SRH got in Martin Guptill for Rs. 1 crore. He is likely to take Shikhar Dhawan's opening slot.

Notably, Dhawan had moved to Delhi Capitals in the trade window.

CSK had a quiet day at the office

Chennai Super Kings had just two slots available and they filled up both. CSK signed former player Mohit Sharma for a whopping sum of Rs. 5 crore. Further, they also acquired batsman Ruturaj Gaikwad for Rs. 20 lakh. They, once again, look like title contenders.

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MI

Mumbai Indians get veteran stars Yuvraj and Malinga

Mumbai Indians had seven slots and they bought six players.

They roped in their all-time record bowler Lasith Malinga for his Rs. 2 crore base price.

There was respite for Yuvraj Singh, who was bought for Rs. 1 crore.

Barinder Sran was bought for Rs. 3.40 crore.

Rasikh Dar, Pankaj Jaiswal (Rs. 20 lakh) and Anmolpreet Singh (Rs. 80 lakh) are the other three.

KKR

Brathwaite the headline signing for KKR

Brathwaite the headline signing for KKR

Kolkata Knight Riders bought eight players from 12 available slots.

Carlos Brathwaite was the headline purchase for Rs. 5 crore.

Kiwi pacer Lockie Ferguson got Rs. 1.60 crore deal.

Other foreigners bought were Anrich Nortje (Rs. 20 lakh), Harry Gurney (Rs. 75 lakh) and Joe Denly (Rs. 1 crore).

Uncapped Indians Nikhil Naik, Yarra Prithviraj and Shrikant Mundhe came for Rs. 20 lakh each.

DC

Delhi go wise and deep to bolster their squad

Delhi Capitals roped in 10 players. Colin Ingram (Rs. 6.40 crore) was their biggest buy.

Axar Patel (Rs. 5 crore), Hanuma Vihari (Rs. 2 crore) and Ishant Sharma (Rs. 1.10 crore) were big signings.

West Indians, Sherfane Rutherford (Rs. 2 crore) and Keemo Paul (Rs. 50 lakh) found places.

Jalaj Saxena, Bandaru Ayyappa, Nathu Singh and Ankush Bains came for Rs. 20 lakh each.

RR

RR get back Unadkat for another mammoth sum

RR get back Unadkat for another mammoth sum

Rajasthan Royals got back Jaydev Unadkat (Rs. 8.40 crore).

They also strengthened their pace bowling by acquiring Varun Aaron (Rs. 2.4 crore) and West Indian Oshane Thomas (Rs. 1.10 crore).

Other buys were Shashank Singh (Rs. 30 lakh), Liam Livingstone (Rs. 50 lakh), Shubham Ranjane (Rs. 20 lakh), Manan Vohra (Rs. 20 lakh), Ashton Turner (Rs. 50 lakh) and Riyan Parag (Rs. 20 lakh).

KXIP

Busy KXIP go the expensive way

Kings XI Punjab bought 13 players. Sam Curran came for Rs. 7.20 crore.

Varun Chakaravarthy bagged a deal of Rs. 8.40 crore.

Prabhsimran Singh and Shami came at Rs. 4.80 crore.

Others include Moises Henriques (Rs. 1 crore), Nicholas Pooran (Rs. 4.20 crore), Hardus Viljoen (Rs. 75 lakh), Darshan Nalkande (Rs. 30 lakh), Agnivesh Ayachi, Sarfaraz Khan, Murugan Ashwin, Arshdeep Singh and Harpreet Brar.

RCB

Hetmyer, Shivam Dube the mega signings for RCB

Hetmyer, Shivam Dube the mega signings for RCB

Royal Challengers Bangalore signed Shimron Hetmyer for Rs. 4.20 crore.

Uncapped Shivam Dube bagged a deal worth Rs. 5 crore.

South Africa's Heinrich Klaasen came for Rs. 50 lakh.

Teenager Prayas Barman (Rs. 1.50 crore), Milind Kumar (Rs. 20 lakh), Akshdeep Nath (Rs. 3.60 crore), Himmat Singh (Rs. 65 lakh), Gurkeerat Singh (Rs. 50 lakh) and Devdutt Padikkal (Rs. 20 lakh) were other purchases.

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KKR

Delhi

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Jonny Bairstow

Wriddhiman Saha

Sunrisers Hyderabad

Shikhar Dhawan

Delhi Capitals

Chennai Super Kings

Mumbai Indians

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Royal Challengers Bangalore

IPL Teams

IPL Players

Akshdeep Nath

Ankush Bains

Anrich Nortje

Arshdeep Singh

Ashton Turner

Axar Patel

Bandaru Ayyappa

Barinder Sran

Carlos Brathwaite

Colin Ingram

Hanuma Vihari

Hardus Viljoen

Harry Gurney

IPL

Ishant Sharma

Jalaj Saxena

Jaydev Unadkat

Joe Denly

Keemo Paul

Lasith Malinga

Liam Livingstone

Lockie Ferguson

Martin Guptill

Milind Kumar

Mohit Sharma

Moises Henriques

Murugan Ashwin

Nathu Singh

Nicholas Pooran

RCB

Riyan Parag

RR

Sam Curran

Sarfaraz Khan

Sherfane Rutherford

Shimron Hetmyer

Shivam Dube

Shubham Ranjane

South Africa

Teenager Prayas Barman

Varun Aaron

Yuvraj Singh

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How many players were bought in the IPL 2019 Auction?

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A total of 60 players were bought across 8 teams.

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Kings XI Punjab bought 13 players and were the busiest franchise.

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Chennai and Sunrisers had the quietest auction. They bought 1 and 3 players respectively.

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Varun Chakravarthy and Jaydev Unadkat bagged Rs. 8.40 crore each. Sam Curran got Rs. 7.20 crore.

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