IPL Auction 2022: Ishan Kishan is the most expensive player, teams played bets on 5 players, bought for more than 10 crores

Bangalore | IPL Auction 2022: The mega auction of the Indian Premier League 2022 has started. IPL 2022 auction is going on in this two-day auction at Hotel ITC Gardenia in Bangalore. The fate of many players was unlocked on the first day of Mega Auction. On the first day young player Ishan Kishan (Ishan Kishan) was adjudged the costliest player. Mumbai Indians bought him at a bid of Rs 15.25 crore. This IPL auction is the biggest bid of 2022 and the second highest bid in IPL history. Prior to this, the most expensive Indian player of IPL has been Yuvraj Singh. Which was bought by the Delhi team in 2015 for Rs 16 crore. Ishan Kishan was also included in the Mumbai team last year.

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Fast bowler Deepak Chahar second most expensive player
IPL Auction 2022: In this auction, fast bowler Deepak Chahar became the second most expensive player on the first day. Country’s fast bowler Deepak Chahar remained the first choice of all the IPL teams. For which a riot was seen in the teams, but in this battle, Chennai Super Kings won them and bought them for 14 crores. Even before this, Chahar was part of the Chennai team.

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Shreyas Iyer sold for Rs 12.25 crore
Shreyas Iyer also became the most expensive player in the ongoing auction so far. Shreyas Iyer was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders at a bid of Rs 12.25 crore. Iyer earlier played for Delhi Capitals.

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10.75 crore bid on Shardul Thakur
Shardul Thakur has been bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs 10.75 crore.

Rajasthan played a bet of 10 crores on Krishna
The famous Krishna has been bought by Rajasthan Royals for Rs 10 crore.

Also read: Mumbai Indians snatch Ishaan Kishan back for Rs 15.25 crore

Rushabh Kothari

Senior Journalist at Youthistaan.

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