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IPL 2021 auction: Here are the top buys of this season

Updated : 2021-02-18 20:07:39

A total of 292 cricketers, including 164 Indians, are going under the hammer today as part of the auction for this year’s IPL tournament in Chennai.  Among the players is Arjun Tendulkar, son of Indian batting great Sachin Tendulkar. The oldest player on the list is England's 42-year-old Nayan Doshi, son of former Indian bowler Dilip, while the youngest is Afghanistan's uncapped spinner Noor Ahmad who is only 16. Here is a look at how some of these players fared in the auction:

A total of 292 cricketers, including 164 Indians, are going under the hammer today as part of the auction for this year’s IPL tournament in Chennai.  Among the players is Arjun Tendulkar, son of Indian batting great Sachin Tendulkar. The oldest player on the list is England's 42-year-old Nayan Doshi, son of former Indian bowler Dilip, while the youngest is Afghanistan's uncapped spinner Noor Ahmad who is only 16. Here is a look at how some of these players fared in the auction: (Image: AP Photo)
A total of 292 cricketers, including 164 Indians, are going under the hammer today as part of the auction for this year’s IPL tournament in Chennai.  Among the players is Arjun Tendulkar, son of Indian batting great Sachin Tendulkar. The oldest player on the list is England's 42-year-old Nayan Doshi, son of former Indian bowler Dilip, while the youngest is Afghanistan's uncapped spinner Noor Ahmad who is only 16. Here is a look at how some of these players fared in the auction: (Image: AP Photo)
 Chris Morris : The South African bowler was bought by  Rajasthan Royals for Rs 16.25 crore. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira)
Chris Morris: The South African bowler was bought by  Rajasthan Royals for Rs 16.25 crore. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira)
 Kyle Jamieson:  The lanky pacer who helped New Zealand secure a birth in the final of Test world cup was bought for  Rs 15 crore by Royal Challengers Bangalore. (Image: Instagram)
Kyle Jamieson: The lanky pacer who helped New Zealand secure a birth in the final of Test world cup was bought for  Rs 15 crore by Royal Challengers Bangalore. (Image: Instagram)
 Glenn Maxwell : The Australian all-rounder was bought by  Royal Challengers Bengaluru for Rs 14.25 crore. (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi)
Glenn Maxwell: The Australian all-rounder was bought by  Royal Challengers Bengaluru for Rs 14.25 crore. (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi)
 Jhye Richardson:  The young Australian pacer was bought by Punjab Kings for Rs 14 crore (Image: Cricket Australia, YouTube)
Jhye Richardson: The young Australian pacer was bought by Punjab Kings for Rs 14 crore (Image: Cricket Australia, YouTube)
 Krishnappa Gowtham:  Chennai Super kings bought the spin-bowling allrounder for Rs 9.25 crore. (Image: Instagram)
Krishnappa Gowtham: Chennai Super kings bought the spin-bowling allrounder for Rs 9.25 crore. (Image: Instagram)
 Riley Meredith:  The young Australian pacer, who plays for Tasmania, was bought by Punjab Kings for Rs 8 crore. (Image: Instagram)
Riley Meredith: The young Australian pacer, who plays for Tasmania, was bought by Punjab Kings for Rs 8 crore. (Image: Instagram)
 Moeen Ali :  The England Allrounder was bought by Chennai Super Kings for Rs 7 crore. (Images: Reuters)
Moeen Ali:  The England Allrounder was bought by Chennai Super Kings for Rs 7 crore. (Images: Reuters)
 Tom Curran:  The English allrounder was bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs 5.25 crore. (Image: Instagram)
Tom Curran: The English allrounder was bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs 5.25 crore. (Image: Instagram)
 Shahrukh Khan:  The Tamil Nadu player was bought by Punjab Kings for Rs 5.25 crore. (Representative Image)
Shahrukh Khan: The Tamil Nadu player was bought by Punjab Kings for Rs 5.25 crore. (Representative Image)
 Nathan Coulter-Nile:  The Australian bowling allrounder was bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 5 crore. (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi)
Nathan Coulter-Nile: The Australian bowling allrounder was bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 5 crore. (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi)
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