IPL Auction 2022 live: Liam Livingstone goes to PBKS© Twitter
IPL 2022 Mega Auction Live Updates: Shivam Dube, Khaleel Ahmed may not have played for India last year but they have earned a huge IPI auction. Chetan Sakariya was another young pacemaker who received a huge payday after DC picked him up for Rs 4.2 crore. England’s Liam Livingstone was bought by Punjab Kings for a whopping Rs 11.5 crore, while West Indies all-rounder Odean Smith earned Rs 6 crore after being bought by Punjab Kings. Aiden Markram was the first player picked on Day 2 for Rs 2.6 crore per SRH. Ajinkya Rahane left for KKR while big names like Eoin Morgan, Marnus Labuschagne and Aaron Finch weren’t sold.
As many as 97 players went through the hammer on the first day of the IPL auction on Saturday. Ishan Kishan (Rs 15.25 crore) and Deepak Chahar (Rs 14 crore) were the biggest buys of the day after being picked by my Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings, respectively. Avesh Khan, on the other hand, became the most expensive uncapped player in IPL history when Lucknow Super Giants acquired his services for Rs 10 crore.
Saturday’s afternoon session saw IPL teams splurge astronomical amounts to get their hands on uncapped players. Shahrukh Khan was sold for Rs 9 crore to Punjab Kings from a base price of Rs 40 lakh. Gujarat Titans paid the same amount to buy Rahul Tewatia. Rahul Tripathi was bought for Rs 8.5 crore by Sunrisers Hyderabad. KKR kept Shivam Mavi paying Rs 7.25 crore while SRH paid Rs 4 crore to get pacemaker Kartik Tyagi.
Hera is updates LIVE at Bangalore’s IPL 2022 Mega Auction Day 2
Chetan Sakariya goes to DC
India’s left arm closer Chetan Sakariya, base price Rs 50 lakh, has been cordoned off by Delhi Capitals Rs 4.2 crore
No takers in Lungi Ngidi
South African pacemaker Lungi Ngidi is not for sale at the moment.
LSG selects Dushmantha Chameera
Sri Lankan right arm pacemaker Dushmantha Chameera, base price Rs 50 lakh, has been picked up for Rs 2 crore by Lucknow Super Giants.
Khaleel Ahmed earns Rs 5.25 crore
Indian craftsman Khaleel Ahmed wins big. He is picked by Delhi Capitals for Rs 5.25 crore. His economy rate can be a concern at times, but he can pick wickets with the new ball. The base price of it was Rs 50 lakh.
Ishant Sharma is not for sale
Back after the break. The first name to be drawn is veteran Ishant Sharma. There are no buyers for Ishant so far. He shouldn’t surprise anyone to be honest. But Ishant can always be purchased later in the day.
Short break at IPL 2022 auction
We’ve sneaked into the first break on day 2 of the 2022 IPL auction.
K Gowtham goes to Lucknow
The Indian all-rounder K Gowtham, base priced at Rs 50 lakh, has been picked up by Lucknow Super Giants for Rs 90 lakh.
CSK rope in Shivam Dube
India all-rounder Shivam Dube, who last played for Rajasthan Royals, went from a base price of Rs 50 lakh to being picked by Chennai Super Kings for Rs 4 crore. The lanky southpaw can hit the big six and can contribute two or three overs with his medium-paced bowling.
1:00 p.m. (EST)
Marco Jansen goes to SSR
South African left arm welder Marco Jansen has been picked up by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 4.2 crore.
Odean Smith reaps the rewards of the ODI India series
West Indies all-rounder Odean Smith, who impressed in the recently concluded ODI series against India, was bought for Rs 6 crore by Punjab Kings. The right arm seamer had a base price of Rs 1 crore. Surely the fact that he fired the great Virat Kohli in the second ODI had nothing to do with it, did it?
Chris Jordan is not for sale
England all-rounder Chris Jordan remains unsold as of now.
Vijay Shankar will play for Gujarat
Indian all-rounder Vijay Shankar has been picked up for Rs 1.4 crore by Gujarat Titans.
Gujarat Buy Jayant Yadav
The Indian all-rounder Jayant Yadav, with a base price of Rs 1 crore, was sold to the Gujarat Titans for Rs 1.7 crore.
James Neesham Unsold
Dominic Drakes is being sold to Gujarat Titans for Rs 1.1 crore, while experienced New Zealand all-rounder James Neesham is not selling.
Big payday for Liam Livingstone
England attacking batsman Liam Livingstone, base price Rs 1 crore, is going big. Punjab Kings picked him up for a whopping Rs 11.5 crore. The right-hander didn’t have a great season with Rajasthan Royals last year in the limited opportunities he did have, but he has been in good form for England and in the BBL as well.
Finch and Pujara unsold
Australia cue ball captain Aaron Finch and India test specialist Cheteshwar Pujara remain unsold for now.
Eoin Morgan Unsold
Former KKR captain Eoin Morgan, who led the team to the final in the last edition, is not sold for now.
Mandeep Singh will play for DC
India batsman Mandeep Singh, base price Rs 50 lakh, has been picked up by Delhi Capitals for Rs 1.1 crore.
Dawid Malan is not for sale
England batsman Dawid Malan, base price Rs 1.5 crore, remains unsold for now.
Ajinkya Rahane sold to KKR
India’s veteran batsman Ajinkya Rahane was bought for his base price of Rs 1 crore by Kolkata Knight Riders.
Aiden Markram is the first to sell out on Day 2
South Africa’s top-order batsman Aiden Markram, with a base price of Rs 1 crore, is the first player sold on Day 2. The right-hander will play for Sunrisers Hyderabad after being bought for Rs 2.6 crore.
IPL Auction Day 2 Starts
Here we go! Charu Sharma will remain the auctioneer. Hugh Edmeades, however, is “absolutely fine”.
IPL 2022 Auction Live Day 2: Pool and Remaining Slots for Teams
Kings of Punjab
Remaining slots: 13 (2 overseas, 11 in India). Remaining wallet: Rs 28.65 crore
Remaining slots: 10 (2 overseas, 8 in India). Remaining wallet: Rs 27.85 crore
Super Kings of Chennai
Remaining slots: 12 (2 overseas, 10 in India). Remaining wallet: Rs 20.45 crore
Remaining slots: 15 (2 overseas, 13 in India). Remaining wallet: Rs 20.15 crore
Remaining slots: 14 (4 overseas, 10 in India). Remaining wallet: Rs 18.85 crore
Capitals of Delhi
Remaining slots: 17 (4 overseas, 13 in India). Remaining wallet: Rs 18.85 crore
Calcutta Knight Riders
Remaining slots: 12 (3 overseas, 9 in India). Remaining wallet: Rs 12.65 crore
Royals of Rajasthan
Remaining slots: 14 (3 overseas, 11 in India). Remaining wallet: Rs 12.15 crore
Royal Challengers Bangalore
Remaining slots: 15 (4 overseas, 11 in India). Remaining wallet: Rs 9.25 crore
Remaining slots: 15 (4 overseas, 11 in India). Remaining wallet: Rs 6.9 crore
IPL 2022 Auction Day 2 Live Updates: Looking forward to working with Jos Buttler, says Ravichandran Ashwin
“Rajasthan Royals picked me up, I am extremely delighted that they picked me, they tried very hard to pick me in the last auction in 2018, but it was finally done. I have a great relationship with all of them on that bench, I also have a wonderful relationship with Sanju Samson,” Ashwin said.
“I’m really looking forward to doing my best for the franchise and hopefully doing special things for them. I’m looking forward to bowling alongside Yuzvendra Chahal, I’m looking forward to sharing a locker room with Jos Buttler, how cool is that going to be.” , he added. .
IPL 2022 Auction Day 2 Live Updates: Jos Buttler welcomes Ravichandran Ashwin to Rajasthan Royals
At IPL 2019, Ashwin and Buttler were involved in a controversy as the then leader Punjab Kings had fired Buttler via “Mankad”.
IPL 2022 Auction Day 2 Live Updates: Hello!
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 Mega Auction Day 2 live updates from Bangalore. The event will kick off in just over two hours after 97 players were auctioned off on the first day of the IPL auction on Saturday. Until then, stay tuned for another exciting day of the IPL auction.
Topics mentioned in this article.