IPL 2021 auction News: IPL 2021 Unsold player, you will be surprised by reading the name of one

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IPL 2021 auction News: these veterans were not found buyers: you will be surprised by reading the name of one - jiotvvinee
IPL 2021 auction News

IPL 2021 auction News: IPL 2021 Unsold player, you will be surprised by reading the name of one. A total of 292 players from India and abroad were included in this small-scale auction in Chennai.

But in the end, in this auction, a total of 57 players, including 22 foreign players, have seen their luck. He has been bought by all the different franchises in his team.

The auction for the Indian Premier League 2021 on Thursday has rained heavily on many new and unknown faces.

So many big players returned empty-handed in this auction. So in this way, let us look at this article on those star players who have not been bought by any team.

In the IPL 2021 auction, there were 10 players who kept their best prize of Rs 2 crore. Out of these, England’s fast bowlers Liam Plunkett and Jason Roy were not bought by any team.

IPL 2021 auction News: these veterans were not found buyers: you will be surprised by reading the name of one - jiotvvinee
IPL 2021 auction News

In the same IPL auction, 12 such players were also present. Those who kept their best prize was 1.50 crores.

Among them, South African fast bowler Morne Morkel, England batsman Alex Hales, Australian wicket-keeper batsman Alex Carey, England’s Adil Rashid, 249 runs in the same IPL, Shaun Marsh, fast bowler David Willey and Lewis Gregory are not in any team Bought.

If we talk about this, if there were 11 players in this list of players with the best price of Rs 1 crore.

But no team bought 9 of these players in the IPL 2021 auction. RCB’s team last included Aaron Finch, Caribbean batsman Evin Lewis, fast bowler Sheldon Cottrell, Hanuman Bihari of India, Mushfiqur Rahim of Bangladesh, Mourns Labuschagne of Australia, Jason Behrendorff.

Which no team bought. However, apart from this, many star batsmen have done well in T20. But this player remained empty-handed in this year’s auction.

In which New Zealand fast bowler team Southey, all-rounder Corey Anderson, Australia’s James Faulkner, Mahmudullah, Sherfane Rutherford, many brilliant and best players were not sold.