Chris Morris: The auction option of the 14th season of IPL 2021 has seen quite a tremendous bid. Because the teams that showed their players the way out.
So now some of those players have become very rich. The same Chris Morris has now become the most expensive player in the entire history of IPL.
All-rounder Chris Morris of the South Africa team has been added by the Rajasthan Royal team for a hefty amount of Rs 16 crore 25 lakh.
Earlier, the most expensive player in IPL history was Yuvraj Singh, former all-rounder of the Indian team. Which was bought in the highest amount of IPL 2015 option.
Yuvraj Singh was added by the team of Delhi Capitals with a huge amount of Rs 16 crores. The same Chris Morris has left all records behind.
Chris Morris also surpassed Pat Cummins, the most expensive foreign player in the IPL. Pat Cummins was the most expensive foreign player in the history of IPL cricket.
The Australian fast bowler had overtaken Ben Stokes in this case. In the 13th season of IPL 2020, Shah Rukh Khan’s team was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 15.5 crore.
The same Cummins has been retained by the Kolkata team for this year. The name comes after that of England all-rounder Ben Stokes, who was bought by the Rising Pune Supergiant for Rs 14.5 crore.
Even after that, if we talk about number four, ‘s name only comes up. In the year 2018, Ben Stokes was added to his team by the Rajasthan Royals team with an amount of 12.5 crores.
The same auction of this IPL, Glenn Maxwell, has been sold for 14 crores 25 lakhs. Let us tell you that a total of 292 players were to be bid in this IPL 2021 auction.
In which 164 Indian and 126 foreign players, three players are from the Associate country. In addition, among these 292 players, 227 are uncapped and 65 players are capped players.
A total of 139 players have been retained by eight IPL franchises. While a total of 57 players were released from the team.
Let us tell you that out of these 292 players, 35 from Australia, 20 from New Zealand, 19 from West Indies, 16 from England, 14 from South Africa, 9 from Sri Lanka, 7 from Afghanistan, and one each from Nepal, UAE, and USA. Were.