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lowest paid player in IPL 2023

After Punjab Kings spent 18.5 crore to acquire the all-rounder, England’s Sam Curran became the most expensive player in IPL auction history. Cameron Green, an all-rounder from Australia, was close to breaking Curran’s record within minutes, but he went for 17.5 crore to Mumbai Indians instead. Ben Stokes was purchased by Chennai Super Kings for 16.25 crore. Nicholas Pooran and Harry Brook also set the auction on fire by bidding 16 crores and 13.25 crores, respectively, to Lucknow Super Giants and Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Mayank Agarwal, a former captain of PBKS, also sold to SRH for 8.25 crore rupees. Among uncapped Indian players Shivam Mavi ( ₹6 crore to GT), Mukesh Kumar ( ₹5.5 crore to DC), and Vivrant Sharma ( ₹2.6 crore to SRH) acquired enormous. In the accelerated auction, Joe Root, Rilee Rossouw, Adam Zampa, and Shakib Al Hasan were purchased after initially going unsold. Rassie van der Dussen, Tabraiz Shami, and Chris Jordan were among the big names that were not bought.

In the IPL 2023 auction in Kochi, GT, Rajasthan Royals, Lucknow Super Giants, Kolkata Knight Riders, Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Delhi Capitals, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad, and Punjab Kings filled in the gaps in their teams. This one was a mini-auction, unlike the previous one, but there was still a lot of anticipation.

Player details

  • New Zealand’s Kane Williamson was sold to the Gujarat Titans for two crore (base price: two crore).
  • Harry Brook, England, was sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 13.25 crore (base price: 1.5 crore).
  • Mayank Agarwal, India, sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 8.25 crore (base price: 1 crore).
  • Ajinkya Rahane was sold to Chennai Super Kings, India, for 50 lakh, with a base price of 50 lakh.
  • Joe Root was sold to the Rajasthan Royals for one crore, England (base price: 1 crore).
  • Bangladeshi Shakib Al Hasan was sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for 1.5 crore (base price: 1.5 crore).
  • The England player Sam Curran, whose base price was 2 crore, was sold to Punjab Kings for 18.5 crore, making him the most expensive player ever sold in an IPL auction.
  • Sikandar Raza, Zimbabwe, was sold to Punjab Kings for 50 lakh (base price: 50 lakh).
  • Odean Smith, West Indies, was sold to the Gujarat Titans for 50 lakh (base price: 50 lakh).
  • Jason Holder, formerly of the West Indies, was purchased by the Rajasthan Royals for 5.75 crore rupees.
  • Cameron Green, from Australia, was purchased by the Mumbai Indians for 17.5 crore (base price: 2 crore).
  • England’s Ben Stokes was sold to Chennai Super Kings for 16.25 crore (base price: 2 crore).
  • Nicholas Pooran, West Indies, was sold to Lucknow Super Giants for 16 crore (base price: 2 crore).
  • Heinrich Klaasen, from South Africa, was purchased by Sunrisers Hyderabad for 5.25 crore (base price: 1 crore).
  • Sri Lanka’s Kusal Mendis (base price: 50 lakh), not sold.
  • Unsold England-based Tom Banton (base price:  2 crore).
  • Phil Salt, from England, was sold to the Delhi Capitals for two crore (base price: two crore).
  • Chris Jordan, England (base price:  2 crore), still unbought.
  • England’s Reece Topley was sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for 1.9 crore (base price: 75 lakh).
  • Jaydev Unadkat, India, was sold to Lucknow Super Giants for 50 lakh (base price: 50 lakh).
  • New Zealand’s Adam Milne (base price:  2 crore), unsold.
  • Jhye Richardson, from Australia, was sold to the Mumbai Indians for 1.5 crore, with a base price of 1.5 crore.
  • Ishant Sharma, India, was purchased by the Delhi Capitals for 50 lakh (base price: 50 lakh).
  • Adil Rashid, England, was sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for two crore (base price: two crore).
  • Akeal Hosein, West Indies, was sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for one crore (base price: one crore).
  • Adam Zampa, from Australia, was sold to the Rajasthan Royals for 1.5 crore, with a base price of 1.5 crore.
  • Tabraiz Shamsi, South Africa (base price: less than one crore), not sold.

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