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At Thursday’s mini-auction, South African fast bowling all-rounder Chris Morris set an all-time record of Rs.16.25 crore in the Indian Premier League (IPL), beating Yuvraj Singh’s Rs.16 crore, a price that Delhi Daredevils had paid to buy him in 2015.

Morris, 33, thus, automatically became the highest-earning foreign player in the IPL. He pushed Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins, bought for Rs.15.5 crore by Kolkata Knight Riders last year, to second place in IPL.


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List of players sold and unsold:

Sold players (with buying price):

Chennai Super Kings:

Krishnappa Gowtham (all-rounder) Rs 9.25 crore
Moeen Ali (all-rounder) Rs 7 crore
Cheteshwar Pujara (batsman) Rs 50 lakh
K. Bhagath Varma (all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh
C. Hari Nishaanth (batsman) Rs 20 lakh
M. Harisankar Reddy (Bowler) Rs 20 lakh

Delhi Capitals:

Tom Curran (all-rounder) Rs. 5.25 crore
Steven Smith (batsman) Rs 2.2 crore
Sam Billings (wicketkeeper-batsman) Rs 2 crore
Umesh Yadav (bowler) Rs 1 crore
Ripal Patel (all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh
Vishnu Vinod (wicketkeeper-batsman) Rs 20 lakh
Lukman Meriwala (bowler) Rs 20 lakh
M Siddharth (bowler) Rs 20 lakh


IPL team KKR (Kolkata Knight Riders). Flickr

Kolkata Knight Riders:

Shakib Al Hasan (all-rounder) Rs 3.2 crore
Harbhajan Singh (bowler) Rs 2 crore
Ben Cutting (all-rounder) Rs 75 lakh
Karun Nair (batsman) Rs 50 lakh
Pawan Negi (all-rounder) Rs 50 lakh
Venkatesh Iyer (all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh
Sheldon Jackson (wicketkeeper-batsman) Rs 20 lakh
Vaibhav Arora (bowler) Rs 20 lakh

Mumbai Indians:

Nathan Coulter-Nile (bowler) Rs 5 crore
Adam Milne (bowler) Rs 3.2 crore
Piyush Chawla (bowler) Rs 2.4 crore
James Neesham (all-rounder) Rs 50 lakh
Yudhvir Charak (all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh
Marco Jansen (all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh
Arjun Tendulkar (all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh

Punjab Kings:

Jhye Richardson (bowler) Rs.14 crore
Riley Meredith (bowler) Rs 8 crore
Shahrukh Khan (all-rounder) Rs 5.25 crore
Moises Henriques (all-rounder) Rs 4.2 crore
Dawid Malan (all-rounder) Rs 1.5 crore
Fabian Allen (all-rounder) Rs 75 lakh
Jalaj Saxena (all-rounder) Rs 30 lakh
Saurabh Kumar (all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh
Utkarsh Singh (all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh


IPL team Rajasthan Royals (RR). Flickr

Rajasthan Royals:

Chris Morris (all-rounder) Rs 16.25 crore
Shivam Dube (all-rounder) Rs 4.4 crore
Chetan Sakariya (bowler) Rs 1.2 crore
Mustafizur Rahman (bowler) Rs 1 crore
Liam Livingstone (all-rounder) Rs 75 lakh
K.C. Cariappa (bowler) Rs 20 lakh
Akash Singh (bowler) Rs 20 lakh
Kuldip Yadav (bowler) Rs 20 lakh

Royal Challengers Bangalore:

Kyle Jamieson (all-rounder) Rs.15 crore
Glenn Maxwell (all-rounder) Rs.14.25 crore
Dan Christian (all-rounder) Rs 4.8 crore
Sachin Baby (batsman) Rs 20 lakh
Rajat Patidar (batsman) Rs 20 lakh
Mohammed Azharuddin (wicketkeeper-batsman) Rs 20 lakh
Suyash Prabhudesai (all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh
KS Bharat (wicketkeeper-batsman) Rs 20 lakh

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SunRisers Hyderabad:

Kedar Jadhav (all-rounder) Rs 2 crore
Mujeeb Zadran (bowler) Rs 1.5 crore
J Suchith (bowler) Rs 30 lakh

Unsold players (cut off Rs 1 crore base price):

Jason Roy (batsman) Rs 2 crore
Morne Morkel (bowler) Rs 1.5 crore
Alex Hales (batsman) Rs 1.5 crore
Alex Carey (wicketkeeper-batsman) Rs 1.5 crore
Adil Rashid (bowler) Rs 1.5 crore
Shaun Marsh (batsman) Rs 1.5 crore
David Willey (all-rounder) Rs 1.5 crore
Lewis Gregory (all-rounder) Rs 1.5 crore
Aaron Finch (batsman) Rs 1 crore
Evin Lewis (batsman) Rs 1 crore
Hanuma Vihari (batsman) Rs 1 crore
Sheldon Cottrell (bowler) Rs 1 crore
Mushfiqur Rahim (wicketkeeper-batsman) Rs 1 crore
Marnus Labuschagne (all-rounder) Rs.1 crore
Jason Behrendorff (bowler) Rs.1 crore
Billy Stanlake (bowler) Rs 1 crore
Matthew Wade (wicketkeeper-batsman) Rs 1 crore. (IANS)


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