The auction a few days ago for the thirteenth season of the Indian Premier League. At this auction, Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins bought Pat Cummins for a record-breaking 15.50 million. Punjab team then bid on Glenn Maxwell for 10.75 crores. So, Royal Challengers Bengalore acquired 10 crore South African fast bowler Chris Morris for the Royal Challengers Bangalore. But Virat Kohli was ready to put money on one player.
The Bengaluru team, led by Virat Kohli, had a disappointing performance last season. As a result, he joined key players in the auction. But now Bengaluru coach Mike Hesson has made a shocking revelation about the IPL auction.
Mike Hesson wanted to bid on this player
In the thirteenth season of IPL, the Bengaluru team had taken Isuru Udana at auction for 50 lakhs. But now coach Mike Hesson has made a shocking revelation. Mike Hesson was ready to put all the money he had into the team for Isuru Udan in this video. The Bengaluru team had 27.90 crore for the auction. In a video prior to the IPL auction, Mike Hesson appears to be describing the management of team management flying. He points out that the flying bowling has a lot of variety and he has been able to make useful contributions through the bats. In the video, Hesson said, “It would be nice if Isuru Udan was included in the squad, but it would not be easy to do so because hopefully other franchises would make a big bid for him.” The RCB has released a video of the preparations saying that if we do not find Chris Morris, we are ready to put everything up for flight.
Eight players bought for Rs 21.50 crore
RCB has released a video of how they plan to auction the Indian Premier League. The RCB team is full of big stars, but the team has not been able to register for the title yet. Former New Zealand coach Mike Hesson is the director of the RCB, while former Australian batsman Simon Katich is the head coach. The RCB squad bought eight players at an auction for Rs 21 crore 50 lakh at this time. The most talked about among them is Sri Lankan all-rounder Isuru Udana, who in recent times has created a distinct identity in T20 cricket.
The injured player was not dismissed
The same was seen in the match against the Magnificent Super League played in South Africa. Sri Lankan bowler Isuru Udana did not dismiss the batsman, despite having a ball in his hand. The incident unfolded during a match between Pearl Rocks and Nelson Mandela Bay Giants.