IPL 2019: Manoj Tiwary Wonders 'What Went Wrong' After IPL 2019 Snub

IPL 2019: Manoj Tiwary Wonders 'What Went Wrong' After IPL 2019 Snub

PREVIEW: Once a sought-after property, Yuvraj Singh faces the risk of going unsold at the 2019 IPL auction here Tuesday with the franchisees factoring in the availability of foreign players in a World Cup year.

Glamorgan one-day captain Colin Ingram was bought by Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League auction for around £715,000. However, no franchise showed interest in picking the sixer king. He attracted bids from four teams in total including Kings XI Punjab, Delhi Capitals, Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad before being picked up by RCB. Given that they had snapped up the left-arm medium-pacer for Rs 11.5 crores in February, Unadkat might be feeling robbed of Rs 3.1 crores. Who were the biggest buys?

Unadkat was the costliest Indian previous year when he was sold to Rajasthan for Rs 11.50 crore, but after sub-par performances in the league, he was not retained. The southpaw was released by the Kings XI Punjab earlier this year and had set a base price of INR 1 crore.

Delhi also bought all-rounder Hanuma Vihari for Rs 2 crore while West Indians Shimron Hetmyer were bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kings XI Punjab, respectively for Rs 4.20 crore.

"And to the ones who al have criticized me, I request you to first get into my shoe nd than start making such comments for me". Patel matched West Indies all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite's price, who went to Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 5 crore.

Another India discard Yuvraj Singh finally found a buyer in the Mumbai franchise, who bought him for his base price of Rs 1 crore. But luckily, three-time champions Mumbai Indians bid for him when his name was called again and secured his services at his base price in a last-buy minute.

The other stars who went unsold are India Test specialist Cheteshwar Pujara, New Zealanders Brendon McCullum, James Neesham and Corey Anderson, Englishmen Chris Woakes, Alex Hales and Chris Jordan, South Africans Hashim Amla and Morne Morkel, and Sri Lanka's Angelo Mathews and Kusal Perera.

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