Akash Ambani played Master’s Stroke in IPL 2022 Auction…


New Delhi | Master’s Stroke IPL MI : This time in the IPL auction, almost all the teams got the players of their choice. However, after this auction, the bowling of Mumbai Indians looks very dangerous. Even during the auction, the eyes of the MI franchise were already on Jofra Archer. According to the owner of the franchise, Akash Ambani, it was only on Saturday night that he finally decided that he would go after Archer. After which Mumbai was successful in buying Archer on Sunday for eight crore rupees. His base price was Rs 2 crore. Let us tell you that Archer, who is recovering from an elbow injury, will not be available for IPL 2022.

What did Akash Ambani say

Master’s Stroke IPL MI : After the auction was over, Akash said that we had bid on many fast bowlers even before Archer, but were not successful. So on Saturday night we made sure we would go after Archer and set aside the budget for him. We had discussed Archer even before the auction, but could only make sure late Saturday night that he would not have to leave under any circumstances. He will not be available this year but will form a deadly pair with Jasprit Bumrah whenever he is fit and available.

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Master’s Stroke IPL MI : MI’s director of cricket Zaheer Khan also reiterated this point. He said that like you guys, I am also looking forward to see the pair of Bumrah and Archer in the field. I am very happy that we have brought together two of the deadliest fast bowlers of the present times and now it will be possible to watch them together. Although it will have to wait a bit for this, but this wait is justified. After Archer, Mumbai bought Singapore-born Australian batsman Tim David for Rs 8.25 crore, which was their highest bid for an overseas player. David’s base price was only 40 lakhs.

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Rushabh Kothari

Senior Journalist at Youthistaan.

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