In the first sold player in the IPL 2020 Auction. Chris Lynn won the first and the first unsold player was Indian Test player Hanuma Vihari. Hanuma Vihari had a base price of Rs 50 lakh in this auction, but no team showed any interest in buying him and he became the first unsold player of this series. Pujara also remained unsold after him.
IPL Auction Hanuma Vihari
Talking about the most expensive player so far in the IPL 2020 auction, Australia’s all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has won it. The team of Kings XI Punjab has included him in their team for 10 crores and 75 lakhs. The purchase of Glenn Maxwell saw a strong bid war between Delhi Capitals. And Kings XI Punjab, but Punjab eventually won. Let me tell you, Maxwell’s base prize was 2 crores. Hanuma Vihari.
Remarkably, the first name in this auction was taken by Australian explosive batsman Chris Lynn and Lynn was a name by the Mumbai team. Lynn had a base price of Rs 2 crore in this auction and Mumbai made the first bid. No other team showed any interest in buying Lynn. And Mumbai added Lin to their team for their base price of Rs 2 crore. Hanuma Vihari.
The Mumbai team now has three openers. South Africa left-handed batsman Quinton Dickock and Indian opener Rohit Sharma are already present in the team. Mumbai has released Even Lewis for the next season, after which he has now played his claim on Lynn. It remains to see how Mumbai fits him in the playing XI.