Kohli took Hasaranga at 10 times the price

Kohli took Hasaranga at 10 times the price

Hugh Admids, the host of the IPL auction, suddenly made headlines. At one stage of the auction, the British operator fell ill. A sudden break in the auction to give time to his care. And that may have been the ‘loss’ of Wanindu Hasaranga. The Sri Lankan all-rounder could have been the most expensive player in today’s auction in the way the Punjab Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore were pedaling to get him.

Hasaranga, of course, should not regret it. The leg-spinner kept Rs 1 crore as his price in the IPL auction. The price of Hasaranga has gone up to Rs 10 crore 75 lakh from the base price. He was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore for 10 times more than the base price.

Hasaranga also played with Kohli in Bangalore last season. No one bought him at auction. But Australian leg-spinner Adam Jampa Corona did not return to the IPL after the break and was replaced by Hasaranga in Bangalore. However, he did not get a chance to do much on the field. Played 2 matches. He gave 60 runs in 8 overs. Did not get any wicket. Batting also got a chance only one day, 1 run from 2 balls. Performance is not enough to raise the price of about 11 crore rupees.

That humorous performance was not a ‘wallpaper’, it was a ‘screensaver.’ Before and after such a performance in the IPL, Hasaranga has spread the star for the national team. Has become the highest wicket taker in T20 World Cup. Regardless of the Sri Lankan team’s performance throughout the year, it has risen to the top of the T20 bowlers’ rankings. He has the batting to work with.

Sunrisers Hyderabad has shown interest in getting him in the auction from the very beginning. On the other hand was the Punjab Kings. At the moment the price goes up to 4 crore 20 lakh rupees. After that Tonak moved to Bangalore. They also fell down with the paddle in the auction. Hyderabad gave up at this stage. But Bangalore and Punjab have fought in parallel. The price goes up to 10 crore 75 lakh rupees. Punjab did not seem to give up yet, but then the accident happened. Suddenly, the conductor Admids fell down.

As soon as the auction started again, the tune was cut. Bangalore got Hasaranga with 10 crore 75 lakh rupees. No Sri Lankan has received such a high price in the IPL auction before.

Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) match is being played at Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur. But other than the players and umpires of the two teams, where is the focus on the field game!

Everyone is looking forward to the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) auction in Bangalore, India. Those who can’t see the auction on television, their eyes are on the screen of the mobile phone. There is discussion and analysis about the bargaining power of cricketers in small gatherings.

This scene with the IPL auction was also seen around the stadium.

With the names of Taskin Ahmed, Liton Das, Shariful Islam, Shakib Al Hasan and Mostafizur Rahman in this year’s IPL auction, there is no less interest in Bangladesh cricket. No one buys Shakib.

The storm of comments started on social media. However, Shakib’s name may be auctioned again tomorrow. The names of the other four Bangladeshi cricketers have not been put up for auction yet.

Since Taskin’s name is also in the auction, the journalists also brought up the issue of IPL after getting Taskin in Mirpur today. Taskin, who was dropped from the BPL this year due to injury, came to practice bowling at the academy ground at Mirpur Stadium today. Taskin bowled six overs in the presence of national team physio Bayezid Islam.

The rapid recovery from back pain was evident in Taskin’s long run. After the practice, Taskin said in response to a reporter’s question, ‘I hope Shakib Bhai and Mostafiz will get the team. Even if the team doesn’t get it, they are always one of the best players in the world. ‘