IPL Auction 2023: Surprise purchase from Amit Mishra and Piyush Chawla, Neesham, Jordan unsold

IPL Auction 2023:
Who made the surprise picks and misses at the 2023 Indian Premier League auction?

The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 auction ended on Friday in Kochi.

In a one-day mini-auction process, ten teams bought his 80 players from a pool of a total of 405 cricketers. In the auction, 51 Indian players were sold and 29 foreign players were selected.

Piyush Chawla – 50,000 rupees signed by Mumbai Indians
Piyush Chawla’s IPL career had been on a steady decline for the past three years until a sharp recovery on Friday.

The leg spinner’s playing time has been reduced from 7 he has to 1 in 2020-2021. He was not selected for any team at Mega Auction 2022 and was happy to be part of the commentary team.

Then, at his auction for Mini in 2023, an Indian from Mumbai unknowingly signed the player for his base price of Rs 500,000. The fourth highest wicket his taker is probably a useful addition to the impact his players his rule.

Amit Mishra – Lucknow Supergiants to contract for Rs 50,000
Amit Mishra tells a similar story to Chawla. Mishra, 40, returns to his T20 tournament for the first time in three years.

He has 166 wickets over the years in his IPL and Lucknow want to utilize him as a player for Impact his. Mishra is also the only bowler in the IPL in which he has scored three hat-tricks.

Joe Root – signed by Rajasthan Royals at Rs 1 Crore
For the last player to appear in T20I over two years ago, Joe’s inclusion of his route to Rajasthan raised eyebrows. The 2018 IPL auction remained unsold and the same was seen in Kochi on Friday. The veteran hitter was left unsold when it was first put up for auction, but was won at an accelerated bid with a base price of Rs 100 crore.

In 2023 Joe Root will make his IPL debut.

Nicholas Pooran – Autographed by Lucknow Super Giants for Rs 16 Crore
Nicolas Poulenc failed to live up to the high expectations placed on him. The wicketkeeper was signed by Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 2022 Mega Auction for INR 10.75 crore but was released after just one season.

For 2022, he was appointed captain of the West India team. He also led the team at the 2022 T20 World Championships, but resigned after the team’s early exit.

With that in mind, we didn’t expect much of Pooran winning his Rs 1.6 billion at auction, but Lucknow’s team is happy to part with that amount in order to add another finisher to the ranks. I was. Shivan Mavi – Signed by Gujarat Titans for 600 crore
Pacemakers from Uttar Pradesh have been awarded big prizes again. At Megahi auction in 2022, Mavi was signed by Kolkata Knight Riders for his Rs 72.5 crore. The 24-year-old has played an average season and was sacked by the two-time champion.

Still, there was interest from the team when the young man’s name was put up for auction. After interest from Chennai Super Kings, his former franchise his KKR, Rajasthan Royals, Gujarat his Titans finally signed him. What surprised everyone was not his participation in the tournament, but the amount the team was willing to pay.
Mayank Agarwal – signed by Sunrisers Hyderabad, Rs. 8.25 million
Agarwal is another name expected to be selected at auction, but he is not worth more than 8 billion rupees.

The Karnataka batsman has fallen out of favor with the Indian side and is also struggling at home in his circle. At the 2022 IPL, Agarwal was clearly unable to accept the responsibility of being captain of the Punjab Kings and was struggling with ill health.

In a mini-auction, he was signed by Sunrisers Hyderabad, the team with the biggest purse. These were the unexpected picks at auction, but there were many players with international and IPL experience who didn’t find applicants.

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