8.4 Crore Unadkat, which was sold in just 10 wickets, took Tahir for the highest amount of 26 wickets.
Deepak Chahar, who retired for Rs 80 lakh, took 22 wickets from the economy of 7.47
Shreyas Gopal took 20 wickets in 14 matches, he was given a place in Rajasthan for 20 lakh rupees.
Sports desk The 12th season of the Indian Premier League ended on Sunday. Mumbai Indians became the champion and Chennai SuperKing's runners up This season, many bowlers bought or commented on low prices were good. In the tournament's Top-5 Highest Wicket Tech, except for Jaspreet Bumrah and Kagiso Rabada, the price of any bowler was not more than one crore rupees. Imran Tahir achieved a purple cap with 26 wickets. Chennai Superkings gave him one crore rupees. At the same time, there were some players, who spent crores rupees in the purchase of the franchisees, but their performance was not good.
Jaidev-Varun was the most expensive sold in this season's auction
Rajasthan Royals bought Jaydev Unadkat for Rs 8.4 crore He was in the auction jointly with Varun Chakravarti in the auction. However, Jaydev took 10 wickets at an average of 39.80 in 11 matches, i.e. an average of 40 runs required to take one wicket.
Varun was bought by Kings XI Punjab for Rs 8.4 crore as an all-rounder. Punjab gave them an opportunity to play in just one match. However, Varun could not do something special in that match. He took one wicket with 35 runs. They could not make any runs After his performance, team management did not give him another chance again.
Kagiso Rabada remained second in the highest wicket-taker in IPL-12 He took 25 wickets in 12 matches. They bought them for Delhi Capitals for Rs 4.2 crores.
Chennai Superkings bought Deepak Chahar for auction in the auction for the 2018 season for 80 lakh rupees. He also did this Ratane this year. Deepak remained at number three in the list of highest wicket takers with 22 wickets in 17 matches.
Rajasthan Royals bought Shreyas Gopal for the last season at the base price of Rs 20 lakh. The team also made them famous for this session. He took 20 wickets from 7.22 in 14 matches. Apart from this, they also scored 63 runs in 7 innings with a strike rate of 136.96.
Jaspreet Bumrah was the player of the match in IPL-12 final, Mumbai Indians had retained for Rs 7 crore. He justified his price, taking 19 wickets from the economy of 6.63 in 16 matches. They are at number 7 in bowlers of the best economy rate.