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NEW DELHI: That legspin remains a hot commodity in Twenty20 cricket was once again underlined during day one of the 2018 IPL auction in Bengaluru, when the Afghanistan superstar Rashid Khan won a bumper paycheque of Rs 9 crore from Sunrisers Hyderabad and Yuzvendra Chahal was immediately bought back by Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs 6 crore.
After some thinking, Chahal’s spin partner in ODIs and T20Is, the left-arm chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav, was brought back by two-time IPL winners Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 5.80 crore via one of their Right-to-Match (RTM) cards.
Other legspinners to do well on Saturday were Karn Sharma and Piyush Chawla. From a base price of Rs 2 crore, Sharma – with 50 IPL wickets to his credit – went to Chennai Super Kings for 5 crore, while Chawla’s 84 wickets for KKR earned him another stint with the two-time title winners at a price tag of Rs 4.20 crore.
During last year’s player auction, Rashid had seen his value soar from a base price of Rs 30 lakh to Rs 4 crore. The teenager repaid the faith by delivering 17 wickets for Sunrisers at an economy of 6.62. As frenzy ensued for Rashid’s services, the SRH table sat silently watching Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kings XI Punjab raise the stakes. As soon as the hammer went down at Rs 9 crore, SRH used one of their RTM cards to buy him back.
There was no doubt that Chahal, the highest wicket-taker in T20Is last year, and the holder of the best figures in T20Is for India, would find takers this weekend. Kings XI Punjab, Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Daredevils raised their paddles in pursuit of the 27-year-old, and it was Daredevils who emerged triumphant at Rs 6 crore. Instantly, RCB swooped in with an RTM card. The Bengaluru franchised then outbid all comers for Kuldeep, but KKR took some time to think it over before raising the paddle for an RTM card bid.
Before Kuldeep, KKR had used an RTM card to get back Chawla for whom Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan bid.
CSK watched Chawla slip away but added another handy legspin option in Imran Tahir, who went to them for his base price of 1 crore. These two purchases give the franchise a formidable spin attack, with the veteran offspinner Harbhajan Singh snapped up for Rs 4 crore during the morning round of bidding.
Amit Mishra, the IPL’s second most successful bowler with 134 in 126 matches, was re-purchased by Delhi Daredevils for Rs 4 crore. Surprisingly, there were no takers for the No 1 ranked bowler in T20Is, the New Zealand leg spinner Ish Sodhi. West Indian Samuel Badree and Australia’s Adam Zampa also went unsold.