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Hetmyer, Rutherford, Paul snapped up at IPL auction

20 December 2018

In the previous Year, the Universal Boss Chris Gayle also went unsold in the first round but he was latter snapped up by Kings XI Punjab at the end.

But the major highlight of the day was the emergence of lesser known Indian players earning big in the auction.

Indian Test player Hanuma Vihari was sold to Delhi Capitals for Rs two crore, four times his base price.

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While England all-rounder Sam Curran (₹7.2 crore, Kings XI Punjab) and South Africa batsman Colin Ingram (₹6.4 crore, Delhi Capitals) emerged as top draws among the overseas players, West Indies T20 captain Carlos Brathwaite (₹5 crore, Kolkata Knight Riders) lad the pack of six West Indies players who were signed. There were many ups and downs with stars like Brendon McCullum, Dale Steyn getting unsold whereas new entrants like Nicholas Pooran and Shimron Hetmyer were sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad and RCB for Rs 4.20 crore respectively.

Mumbai Indians paid Rs one crore for Yuvraj Singh in a last-minute buy and franchise owner Akash Ambai called it their biggest steal in the tournament's 11-year-old history. Varun and Mumbai all-rounder Shivam Dube were expected to be top draws before the auction began.

Having retained the bulk of their side, defending champions Chennai Super Kings hardly required any fresh faces after regaining Mohit Sharma for Rs 5 crore.

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Rajasthan Royals has splurged a whopping Rs 8.40 crore to buy back India discard left-arm pacer Jaydev Unadkat in the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction.

Besides Pujara, the other notable Indian names to miss out in the auction include Naman Ojha, R.Vinay Kumar, Parvez Rasool, Baba Indrajith, Sheldon Jackson, Sachin Baby and Manoj Tiwary.

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Hetmyer, Rutherford, Paul snapped up at IPL auction