Pro Kabaddi League Auction 2019 Siddharth Desai top buy at Rs 1.45 crore | The Telugu Titans bought Siddhartha for Rs 1.45 crore, the league became the second most expensive player in history. - Online Betting Guides
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Pro Kabaddi League Auction 2019 Siddharth Desai top buy at Rs 1.45 crore | The Telugu Titans bought Siddhartha for Rs 1.45 crore, the league became the second most expensive player in history.

The name of Monu Gayat, the record for the most expensive player, was bought by Haryana Steelers last year for Rs 1.51 crore
Overseas players dominate the dominance of Iranian players, Bengal Warriors bought Mohammad Nabi Baksh for 75.75 lakh rupees

Mumbai. Star rider Siddharth Desai of Maharashtra has become the second most expensive player in the history of Kabaddi League. Siddhartha was bought by Telugu Titans for Monday at auction for 1.45 crore rupees. By the way, the record for the most expensive player is Monu Gayat's name. Monu was bought last year by Haryana Steelers for Rs 1.51 crore.

Siddhartha's base price was Rs 30 lakhs

Siddharth had debuted in the league last year. He made 218 red points in 21 games. Last year U Mumba bought him for Rs 36 lakh. This time Siddhartha's base price was 30 lakh rupees. To join them, Tamil Thaliwaj and Telugu Titans are competing between them.

Following the bids of several franchisees, Tamil Thaliyas bid for direct 10 million rupees. After this, the Telugu Titans increased Siddhartha into his team. Nitin Tomar was the second player to get the amount of more than Rs one crore. Poonari Paltan bought them for 1.2 crores.

Rahul Chaudhary was given the Tamil Thaliwaj 94 lacs and Monu Gayat along with the UP warrior for Rs 93 lakh. Foreign players have been dominated by Iran's players. Muhammad Nabi Baksh of Iran bought Bengal Warriors for Rs 75.75 lakh. While Abohar Mihhani was included in the Telugu Titanas with a bid of Rs 75 lakhs. 441 players from 13 countries participated in the auction.

                

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