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ipl analysis Hanuma sold in 2 cr score 4 run, Bairstow most economical score 445 run | Rs 2 crore Hanuma sold 1 million in 50 million; Bairstow was the most economical, with 49 wickets falling 1 run

Baresto, sold in 2.2 million, scored 445 runs in the season, included in top-10 batsmen
The most expensive is Rs 6.4 crore. Colin Ingram sold 184 runs, one run was 3.48 lakh rupees

Sports desk For the 12th season of IPL, 8 franchisees had bought 15 batsmen. The most expensive Colin Ingram was sold in He was bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs 6.4 crore. However, they proved to be expensive deals for Delhi. He scored 184 runs in 12 matches, which means he had a run of about 3.48 lakh rupees. At the same time, Hanumah Vihari proved expensive for Delhi Capitals. He had a run of 50 lakh rupees. At the same time, Johnny Bairstow was the most economical.

Hanuma scored 4 runs in 2 matches, Bayersto put a century

Talking about the batters bought at more than one crore cost, the most disappointed Hanuma Vihari did. Hanuma was bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs. 2 crores. He got a chance to bat in 2 matches, but he scored only 4 runs. Delhi had one run of 50 lakh rupees.

At the same time, Sunrise Hyderabad spent Rs 2.2 crore to buy Johnny Bairstow. Bairstow proved to be the right choice for his selection. He scored 445 runs in 10 matches at an average of 55.62. He also imposed a century His one run price was 49438 rupees.

The Royal Challengers Bangalore, who took the maximum number of 4 batsmen, was the last batsman to buy 4 batsmen, as the batsman bought the most 4 players (Shimron Hetmayer, Himmat Singh, Heinrich Klassen, Devdatt Pradykal). The Bengaluru could not reach the playoffs. That number remained on the last page in the table. In the auction, Mumbai Indians did not buy any batsman and he also became the champion.

Punjab spent Rs 9 crores for buying batsmen

Team
Player (batsman / wicketkeeper)
How many bought (in rupees)

Chennai Superkings
Rituraj Gaikwad
2 million

Delhi Capitals
Colin Ingram
6.4 million

Delhi Capitals
Hanuma Vihari
2.0 million

Delhi Capitals
Ankush Bains
2 million

Kings XI Punjab
Parsisamaran Singh
4.8 million

Kings XI Punjab
Nicolas Puran
4.2 million

Kolkata Knight Riders
Nikhil Shankar Naik
2 million

Rajasthan Royals
Manan Vohra
2 million

Royal Challengers Bangalore
Shimron Hetmayer
4.2 million

Royal Challengers Bangalore
Himmat Singh
6.5 million

Royal Challengers Bangalore
Henrik Klassen
5 million

Royal Challengers Bangalore
Devadatta Padikkal
2 million

Sunrise Hyderabad
Johnny Bairstow
2.2 million

Sunrise Hyderabad
Riddhiman Saha
12 million

Sunrise Hyderabad
Martin Guptill
1.0 million

Kings XI Punjab had bought Parsisaran Singh as wicket-keeper batsman for Rs 4.8 crore. They played in a match. However, his performance was not special. They could only score 16 runs. Punjab got a run of Rs 30 lakh for one run

Punjab also bought Nicholas Puran for a whopping Rs 4.2 crore as a wicketkeeper batsman. He scored 168 runs in 7 matches at an average of 28. According to this, he had a run of 2.5 lakh rupees.

Bangalore had purchased Hetmayer for Rs 4.2 crores. He gave them an opportunity to play in 5 matches. Hetmayer scored a total of 90 runs. In this, his 75 runs were of the same match, that is, he could only make 15 runs in the remaining 4 matches. The team had one run of Rs 4.67 lakh.

Sunrise Hyderabad bought Riddhimaan Saha 1.2 and Martin Guptill for one crore rupees. Saha scored 86 runs in five matches at an average of 17.2. Guptil got only 3 matches to play. He scored 81 runs at an average of 27. Saha had a run of 1.39 lakh, while Guptil had a run of 1.23 lakh rupees.

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