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IPL Auction: No hat-trick for Yuvraj Singh; Shane Watson, Pawan Negi fetch maximum

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MUMBAI: Yuvraj Singh is a name that makes headlines every time the player auction for the Indian Premier League (IPL) takes place. He has established himself as a marquee asset and expectations are always soaring. However, the 2016 IPL auction saw a new Indian player emerging as the most sought after. 

Youngster Pawan Negi went to Delhi Daredevils and became the most expensive Indian player to go under the hammer at the recent auction fetching a price of Rs 8.5 crore, while the Australian cricketer Shane Watson emerged as the most expensive player of the IPL auction with Royal Challengers Bangalore bagging him for a mammoth Rs 9.5 crore.  

The left arm orthodox all rounder Negi’s base price was Rs 30 lakh. What a day for the young man, who has just been named in the India squad for the Asia Cup and ICC World T20!

Yuvraj Singh, whose performance last year failed to make any headlines, too garnered great attention. Sunrisers Hyderabad dished out Rs 7 crore for him. Last year Singh's was won for a whopping Rs 14 crore by Delhi Daredevils.

“Yuvraj will help Sunrisers rake in more money and fans. It’s a franchise that has not had the stardom yet, no big Indian brand has played for the team and now that they have Yuvraj, they can certainly generate higher sponsorship revenue. Fans will also be very happy with the move,” said a sports media planning expert.

Sony Six aired the entire auction live on 6 February and the telecast had a good traction on social media too with #IPLAuction trending the entire day.

The entire list of players who went under the hammer and were bought by the various teams are as follows: 

Rising Pune Supergiants

Mitchell Marsh - Rs.4.8 crore

M Ashwin -  Rs 4.5 crore

Ishant Sharma - Rs 3.8 crore

Kevin Pietersen - Rs. 3.5 crore

Irfan Pathan - Rs 1 crore

Thisara Perera - Rs 1 crore

Rajat Bhatia - Rs 60 lakh

Ashok Dinda - Rs 50 lakh

Scott Boland - Rs 50 lakh

Rudra Pratap Singh - Rs 30 lakh

Peter Handscomb - Rs 30 lakh

Adam Zampa - Rs 30 lakh

Ankit Sharma - Rs 10 lakh

Ankush Bains - Rs 10 lakh

Baba Aparajith - Rs 10 lakh

Deepak Chahar - Rs 10 lakh

Jaskaran Singh - Rs 10 lakh

Gujarat Lions

Praveen Kumar - Rs 3.50 crore

Dwayne Smith - Rs.2.3 crore

Dale Steyn - Rs 2.3 crore

Dinesh Karthik - Rs.2.3 crore

Dhawal Kulkarni - Rs 2 crore

Eklavya Dwivedi - Rs 1 crore

Aaron Finch - Rs 1 crore

Andrew Tye - Rs 50 lakh

Ishan Kishan - Rs 35 lakh

Pradeep Sangwan - Rs 20 lakh

Praveen Tambe - Rs 20 lakh

S. Jakati - Rs 20 lakh

Jaydev Shah - Rs 20 lakh

Shivil Kaushik - Rs 10 lakh

Paras Dogra - Rs 10 lakh

Sarabjeet Ladda - 10 lakh

Umang Sharma - Rs 10 lakh

Amit Mishra - Rs 10 lakh

Aksh Deep Nath - Rs 10 lakh

Royal Challengers Bangalore

Shane Watson - Rs.9.5 crore

Stuart Binny - Rs 2 crore

Kane Richardson - Rs 2 crore

Travis Head  - Rs 50 lakh

Samuel Badree - Rs 50 lakh

Praveen Dubey - Rs 35 lakh

Vikramjeet Malik - Rs 20 lakh

Sachin Baby - Rs 10 lakh

Iqbal Abdullah - Rs 10 lakh

Akshay Karnewar - Rs 10 lakh

Vikas Tokas - Rs 10 lakh

Sunrisers Hyderabad

Yuvraj Singh - Rs 7 crore

Ashish Nehra - Rs.5.5 crore

Deepak Hooda - Rs 4.2 crore

Mustafizur Rahman - Rs 1.40 crore

Aditya Tare - Rs 1.20 crore

Barinder Singh Sran - Rs.1.20 crore 

Ben Cutting - Rs 50 lakh

Vijay Shankar - Rs 35 lakh

Abhimanyu Mithun - Rs 30 lakh

T Suman - Rs 10 lakh

Delhi Daredevils

Pawan Negi - Rs 8.50 crore 

Chris Morris - Rs 7 crore

Sanju Samson - Rs 4.2 crore

Carlos Brathwaite - Rs 4.2 crore

Karun Nair - Rs 4 crore

Rishabh Pant - Rs 1.90 crore

Sam Billings - Rs 30 lakh

Joel Paris - Rs 30 lakh

Akhil Arvind Herwadkar - Rs 10 lakh

CV Millind - Rs 10 lakh

Pawan Suyal - Rs 10 lakh

Pratyush Singh - Rs 10 lakh

SK Ahmed - Rs 10 lakh

Mumbai Indians

Jos Buttler - Rs 3.8 crore

Nathu Singh - Rs 3.20 crore

Tim Southee - Rs 2.50 crore

Krunal Pandya  - Rs 2 crore

KP Kamath - Rs 1.40 crore

Jitesh Sharma - Rs 10 lakh

Deepak Puniya - Rs 10 lakh

Jitesh Sharma - Rs 10 lakh

Kolkata Knight Riders

Jaydev Unadkat - Rs 1.6 crore

Ankit Singh Rajpoot - Rs 1.5 crore

John Hastings - Rs 1.3 crore

Jason Holder - Rs 70 lakh 

Colin Munro - Rs 30 lakh

R. Satish - Rs 20 lakh

Manan Sharma - Rs 10 lakh

Kings XI Punjab

Mohit Sharma - Rs 6.50 crore

Marcus Stoinis - Rs 5.50 crore

Kyle Abbott - Rs 2.10 crore

KC Cariappa - Rs 80 lakh

Armaan Jaffer - Rs 10 lakh

Pradeep Sahu - Rs 10 lakh

Swapnil Singh - Rs 10 lakh

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