2016 IPL Auction Highlights: Watson, Pawan Negi and Yuvraj Singh

2016 IPL Auction Highlights: Watson, Pawan Negi and Yuvraj Singh

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Australia’s veteran allrounder Shane Watson appeared because the biggest draw taking a whopping Rs 9.50 crore however it was small uncapped allrounder Pawan Negi who made heads having a mind boggling offer of Rs 8.50 crore to become the costliest Indian buy-in an otherwise low key IPL players’ market Bengaluru on Saturday.

Auction: because it happened

The 34-year old Watson, who noted his come back to form having a high century against India within the last T20, triggered a powerful bidding war among three businesses before Noble Competitors Bangalore (RCB) clinched the offer with all the greatest offer to date.

Listing of Cricketers who have been sold

Watson became the primary million dollar purchase of the market along with his bundle converting into USD 1.39 million.

He was registered by Yuvraj Singh (Rs 7 crore to Sunrisers Hyderabad) right after although Saturday’s bet was much less compared to Rs 16 crore he’d received within the last auction.

The mixture was the huge hits of the day program which began for that 12 marquee players using the auctioning.

Walking away having a bundle of Rs 7 crore was South Africa’s large-reaching all rounder Chris Morris, who had been purchased by Delhi Daredevils.

The display-stealer of your day arrived within the post-lunch program within the 23-year old Negi that has produced a flutter together with his choice for that Twenty20 World Cup next month.

The kid, that has performed for Chennai Super Leaders, had a bonanza awaiting him only a time after being chosen for that Indian team.

No uncapped player has clinched the large offer he got after a powerful bidding war that was gained by Delhi Daredevils.

Though Negi clinched the largest package however it was a satisfying evening for India’s uncapped players, a lot of whom fetched excellent deals.

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