NEW DELHI: Twenty20 independent Chris Gayle found a group at the third time of asking while crease bowlers Jaydev Unadkat and Andrew Tye earned huge on the second and last day of the player sell off in front of the current year’s Indian Premier League (IPL) on Sunday.
West Indian Gayle went unsold in two rounds with none of the eight establishments looking intrigued by the swashbuckling left-hander whose five centuries in IPL is the most by any batsman.
It was in the third round that Kings XI Punjab purchased Gayle, IPL’s driving six-hitter, at his base cost of 20 million Indian rupees ($314,613).
Unadkat developed as the most costly Indian purchase from the two-day sell off when the 26-year-old was sold to Rajasthan Royals for 115 million rupees.
Australian Tye, who has played four One-day Internationals, additionally earned enormous cash with Kings XI Punjab getting him for 72 million rupees.
The idea of the configuration implies while the lesser known pacers were popular, South African stalwart Dale Steyn did not discover a group.
Britain’s restricted overs commander Eoin Morgan endured the destiny of Test skipper Joe Root subsequent to going unsold in the sale.
Rajasthan purchased all-rounder Ben Stokes for $1.97 million on Saturday, while additionally including his England partner and wicketkeeper Jos Buttler to their squad.
Sandeep Lamichhane turned into the principal player from Nepal to arrive an IPL bargain when the 17-year-old was picked by Delhi Daredevils for two million rupees.
The eleventh version of the Twenty20 competition starts in Mumbai on April 7.