IPL Auction 2022 Live Streaming: When And Where To Watch IPL Auction 2022 Live In Your Country? The IPL auction 2022 will brighten your screens on February 12 in Bangalore from 11 am IST. The IPL auction 2022 will be a mega auction as it is slated to take place for the grandest-ever IPL, that is IPL 2022.
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This was easily the most action packed session of the first day of the IPL 2022 Auction. With the new auctioneer, some crazy stuff took place and some of it was even expected.
Deepak Chahar went for 14 Crores! Kishan went for even higher but Umesh Yadav remained UNSOLD! Prasidh Krishna can thank Rohit Sharma for letting him pay in the 3rd ODI against West Indies as that sure added up to his value-adding areas.
Lord Thakur sold to Delhi for 10.75 Crores, which for some reason felt less for him. Just Lord Shardul things!
Sanjay Bangar | RCB Head Coach: “Very excited and happy for Harshal. He was always in our scheme of things. He has been critical to our plan and getting him back for the performances he had put in, has been important for us. Had we retained hm, we could have gotten him for 9crores, but we wanted to see the strategies of the new teams as well. We spent extra on him, but we wanted to see who retains whom. Chahal and Hasaranga have been critical for us. People who come early in the lot, you go after them. Punjab, RR and SRH have a bigger purse left and that’s where price dynamics come in. That’s why we wanted Hasaranga, who could bat at seven and who bowls leg-spin. DK can deal with pressure and finish games. For the guys batting ahead of him, he gives them a great deal of security. He’s good value for us at six with his attitude.”
Manoj Badale | RR Owner: “It’s been a pretty dramatic morning. It’s been a busy morning. We’re pretty pleased with where we’re at. We’ve got a gun batting lineup now. We like Devdutt Padikkal because he plays spin particularly well and fills that number three slot, with Sanju batting four this year. Shimron Hetmyer is a player we’ve admired for many, many years, and he has that real ability to play pace and spin at the back of the innings. So we just need some bowlers now. I’m pretty pleased with (Ravichandran) Ashwin. We were expecting him to go for a lot more than that. So that’s a real scoop. We just need to get some leg spin and some pace, otherwise we’ll have to get Warnie (Shane Warne) out of retirement (chuckles).”
Ishan Kishan (on Social Media): “Really excited to be back at MI. They have treated me like a family.”
Ishan Kishan auction story:
2016 – 35 lacs (Gujarat Lions)
2018 – 6.2 cr (Mumbai Indians)
2022 – 15.25 cr (Mumbai Indians)#IPLMegaAuction
— Umang Pabari (@UPStatsman) February 12, 2022
Time for a break
Amit Mishra is the final player in the set. He is UNSOLD.
Yuzvendra Chahal is up. MI starts the bidding at INR 2 crore and Delhi gets into the race. MI at INR 5.25 crore as Delhi bails out. SRH comes in late as MI raises the bid to INR 5.75 crore. RR in at INR 6 crore. Mumbai back at INR 6.25 crore. RR raises the bid to INR 6.5 crore.
Rahul Chahar is next. Delhi and Hyderabad raise the stocks to INR 2 crore. MI and RR enter with brief bids while DC remains on top. RR leads at INR 3 crore. Punjab leads at INR 3.4 crore. Mumbai is back up at INR 4.4 crore before Punjab pegs back at INR 4.8 crore. RR climbs to INR 5 crore. Punjab back with INR 5.25 crore. Chahar SOLD to Punjab for INR 5.25 crore.
Adam Zampa is up. He is UNSOLD.
Kuldeep Yadav. Delhi starts at INR 1 crore. Punjab and DC get on the initial bids. Delhi is up at INR 2 crore. Kuldeep SOLD to Delhi for INR 2 crore!
Imran Tahir, the older player in the auction is up next. He is UNSOLD.
Mujeeb Zadran is next. He is UNSOLD at INR 2 crore.
Adil Rashid is first up. He is UNSOLD.
SIXTH set begins comprising spinners.
Mustafizur Rahman is next. Delhi again with the first bid. The Fizz goes to DC for INR 2 crore.
Prasidh Krishna SOLD to Rajasthan for 10 Crores
Shardul Thakur SOLD for 10.75 Crores
T Natarajan SOLD to SRH for 4 Crores
Deepak Chahar Sold to CSK for 14 Crores
Ambayati Rayudu is 36-years old. So, obviously CSK bought him. The batsman raised 6.75 Crores!
Krunal Pandya SOLD to LSG for 8.25 Crores. Yes he would be playing with Deepak Hooda. FUN.
Ishan Kishan Goes to Mumbai Indians for 15.75 Crores. That is correct. The young man has been the most expensive buy this year.
So, the bidding begins once again and we have the capped bowlers!
Pending Purse of the teams:
|Punjab Kings||54.5 crore|
|Sunrisers Hyderabad||68 crore|
|Rajasthan Royals||32.75 crore|
|Royal Challengers Bangalore||39.25 crore|
|Chennai Super Kings||41.6 crore|
|Kolkata Knight Riders||20.50 crore|
|Mumbai Indians||48 crore|
|Delhi Capitals||41.25 crore|
|Lucknow Super Giants||33.15 crore|
|Gujarat Titans||43.75 crore|
Some positive news is coming in as the auctioneer is now fine and resting. Lunch has been taken.
BREAKING: IPL auctioneer Hugh Edmeades has collapsed at the dias. Everybody is shocked. Let us hope he is fine.
Deepak Hooda SOLD to Lucknow for 5.75 Crores. Great deal for the all-rounder who very recently made his India debut.
Harshal Patel SOLD for 10.75 Crores to RCB. The Purple Cap winner last year, RCB sure showcased loyalty for the fast bowler.
Shakib-AL-Hasan Goes UNSOLD
Massive start to Jason Holder by MI and CSK. SOLD to Lucknow for 8.75 Crores
Nitish Rana is Next: Huge Starts by KKR and CSK. Mumbai also joins. SOLD to KKR at 8 Crores. Great news for young man!
Firstly, Dwayne Bravo attracts opening bid by CSK. Delhi too interested. SOLD to CSK at 4.4 Crores!
Next up is the all-rounders set.
Steve Smith Goes UNSOLD
Suresh Raina Goes UNSOLD
Devdutt Paddikal: RCB and CSK starts aggressively. Rajasthan Joins the party. SOLD to Rajasthan for 7.75 Crores
David Miller: Goes UNSOLD
Jason Roy: Gujarat with Opening bid of 2 Crores. SOLD
Robbin Uthappa Sold to CSK for his base price 2 Crores at the first bid!
Shimron Hetmeyer: RR start the bid. Delhi joins with aggression. SOLD to Rajasthan at 8.25 Crores!
Manish Pandey Sold to Lucknow for 4 Crores, having set the base price for 1 Crore. Delhi also seemed interested for the longest time.
First Set of Capped Player Ready to be Auctioned. Here Goes.
Mike Hesson | RCB Head Coach: “We are very happy and Faf was bang on budget. He is a proven IPL performer and is available for the entire tournament. We are looking at him as an opener. We are looking at a squad of 22, and we have a lot of work to do. We were very keen on Faf and are delighted to get him for 7 crores. We have a number of younger players we’ll be looking to get.”
Punjab Kings co-owner Mohit Burman: “We wanted a senior Indian player, so very happy with Shikhar Dhawan.”
“In Cummins and Shreyas we have got two solid options for captaincy. It’s up to the coach to take the final call after tomorrow” says Venky Mysore, the KKR boss.
*******END OF THE MARQUEE SET*******
Md. Shami- 6.25 Crores: RCB starts the bidding, KKR joins the party but sold to Gujarat Lions
Quniton De Kock: 6.75 Crores : Lucknow and Chennai interested in the bid but finally sold to the Lucknow Giants.
David Warner Sold for 6.25 Crores INR to Delhi Capitals
We are witnessing some daylight robbery here in Bengaluru as David Warner has been bought in a steal deal for just 6.25 crores. I know ‘just’ is a word that should not be associated with crores we are talking about Warner here! Mumbai was interested but could not move past.
Former South African skipper Faf Du Plessis sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for 7 Crores INR! He’s age is 37 but we are maybe looking at a skipper here for RCB.
Shreyas Iyer Sold for 12.25 Crores INR to KKR!
KKR was looking for a skipper and I think they have secured one in form of the talented Indian batsman Shreyas Iyer. So far the biggest buy of the IPL 2022 auction.
The IPL 2022 Auction has started and with what a bang. First Up With the marquee players, Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan was sold to the Punjab Kings for a whopping 8.25 Crores. The auspicious coconut was broken by the Rajasthan Royals who were in the bidding war for the southpaw. But Punjab it is for Gabbar this time around.
Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin was bought for an amount of 5 Crores by the Rajasthan Royals. He would be now playing with Jos Buttler who does not share good memories with Ashwin if you can recall the Mankading incident.
Pat Cummins went to his old franchise Kolkata Knight Riders for an amount less than what he has got in the past- 7.25 Crores INR.
South African paceman Kagiso Rabada went up North to the Punjab Kings for a big amount of 9.25 Crores INR.
According to a report presented by ESPN Cricinfo, as many as 49 players put up their maximum base price of ₹2 crore. Apart from Australian batsman David Warner, who was the Player of the Tournament in the T20 World Cup, all-rounder Mitchell Marsh, who was the Player of the Final, has also listed his base price at ₹2 crore.