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Saturday, August 1, 2020

The most expensive player of IPL, who knows how much money ...

The most expensive player of IPL, who knows how much money ...

The Indian Premier League (IPL) has begun. It will be started in the United Arab Emirates from September 19. The franchises have been prepared for its players. In the IPL, the players had finished money in the auction last year. In Kolkata, the 15th country's 338 player was auctioned and bid on 73 players. The most expensive player is Australia Pet Cummins. Come know about five expensive players of IPL 2020.

 Pet Cummins

The Kolkata Knight Riders made a big bet and bought Pat Cummins.  Thus this time the Kangaroo bowler will play for Kolkata.  It was bought for Rs 15.5 crore.  Cummins is returning to the league after three years.  He has taken 17 wickets in 16 matches in the IPL.  The most expensive player in the league is Yuvraj Singh, who was bought by the Delhi Daredevils for Rs 16 crore.  Thus Cummins is another expensive player.

 Glenn Maxwell

Kings XI Punjab bought it for Rs 10.75 crore.  Punjab had released it before the auction but it was bought again at the time of auction.  Maxwell has played 69 matches in the IPL in which he has scored 1397 runs with a strike rate of 161.  Apart from hitting 10 half-centuries, he has also taken 16 wickets in bowling and 91 sixes in batting.

 Chris Morris

South African all-rounder Chris Morris was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore this year.  He had bid Rs 10 crore for this.  Morris played for the Delhi Capitals last year.  He had earlier played for Chennai Super Kings and Delhi.

Sheldon Cottrell

 The Caribbean bowler, who saluted after taking the wicket, was chosen by Kings XI Punjab this time for which Punjab has paid Rs 8.50 crore.  For the first time in the IPL, the competition between Punjab and Delhi was frozen for Cottrell and eventually Punjab bought him.

 Nathan Coulter Nile


The Australian fast bowler has been bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 8 crore.  He entered the fray with a base price of Rs 1 crore, but Coulter-Nile himself would have been surprised if the franchises had made a bet to buy him.  He has taken 36 wickets in 26 matches.  He didn’t play last season.

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