IPL Auction 2018: KXIP Picked Chris Gayle, Jaydev Unadkat Most Expensive Indian Player: – IPL Auction 2018 day 2 finished today and people were looking quite excited about it. As we have seen that so many small players touched big bidding. On the other hand, some big players struggled to get a normal expected price. Overall, the auction went great for so many players and every single team was quite amazed by the bidding and the player auction for the upcoming big season of IPL 2018.
As you all have seen that Rajasthan Royals broke the bank and sign Ben Stokes. Overall, on the second day, we noticed that they bought India’s left-arm pacer Jaydev Unadkat for a whopping and unexpected price sum of Rs 11.5 crores, on Sunday. Some other big bid took place today such as a Rs 7.2 crore deal from Kings XI Punjab on day two of the auction. Even, Chris Gayle who got fully ignored first day by the teams at the auction finally got himself a buyer.
IPL Auction 2018 KXIP Player
As per the reports, Hot-shot opener Chris Gayle was finally bought by KXIP for his base price of Rs 2 Cr while Murali Vijay was also picked by CSK for Rs 2 Cr after being ignored initially. Overall, these both players aren’t that much loved and the performance rate isn’t looking that much great as it supposed too.
Also, if we talk about Unadkat and Tye enjoyed big payday, 17-year-old Sandeep Lamichhane made history by becoming the first cricketer from Nepal to be bought in the auction with Delhi Daredevils picking him up for Rs 20 lakh. Overall, this is great news and surely you all are going to love the news because right now every single team is working so hard.
After leggie Rashid Khan took home Rs nine crore on an opening day, another Afghanistan spinner Mujeeb Zadran, all of 16 years, was richer by Rs four crore when KXIP made the winning bid for the teen sensation. Zadran has already played for Afghanistan at the highest level and is currently part of the U-19 World Cup squad in New Zealand. His teammate in New Zealand, Zahir Khan, went to Rajasthan Royals for Rs 60 lakh.