IPL 2021 Auction: Maxwell to Christian, five overseas players who entered fierce bidding war; check out

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IPL 2021 Auction: Maxwell to Christian, five overseas players who entered fierce bidding war; check out– The IPL 2021 auction was held in Chennai. Top franchises bought crucial players to bolster their squads ahead of the T20 season. Big players like Glenn Maxwell and Chris Morris entered a fierce bidding war before they were sold to IPL franchises. Here, we talk about five big players who entered into a bidding war in IPL 2021 auction.

Glenn Maxwell

The Aussie all-rounder entered a fierce bidding war between IPL franchises KKR, RCB and CSK before getting sold for Rs 14.25 crore to Royal Challengers Bangalore. Maxwell’s base price was Rs 2 crore.

Moeen Ali

The England all-rounder Moeen Ali, released by RCB, also entered a bidding war by Punjab Kings and CSK. He was finally sold to CSK for Rs 7 crore.

Chris Morris

A bidding war began between RCB, MI, RR and Punjab Kings to buy the South African all-rounder. He was finally sold to Rajasthan Royals for Rs 16.25.

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Jhye Richardson

The Aussie pacer was sold for Rs 14 crore to Punjab Kings after a fierce bidding war by several IPL franchises. Jhye Richardson was the leading wicket-taker in BBL 2020-21. He scalped 29 wickets in 17 T20s.

Riley Meredith

BBL player Riley Meredith, who had set a base price of Rs 30 lakh, sold to Punjab Kings for Rs 8 crore after multiple bids from Delhi Capitals.

Kyle Jamieson

The New Zealand cricketer Kyle Jamieson entered a bidding war between Royal Challengers Bangalore, Delhi Capitals and Punjab Kings. He was bought by RCB for Rs 15 crore.

Dan Christian

The Australia all-rounder with plenty of experience around T20 leagues in the world, including BBL entered a bidding war in IPL auction by RCB and KKR. He was sold to RCB for Rs 4.8 crore.

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