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Australian cricketer Steve Smith became the first player to be sold at the Indian Premier League 2021 Auction in Chennai. The 31-year-old batsman was sold to the Delhi Capitals for Rs 2.2 crore. His base price was Rs 2 crore.


Following Smith came the big and intense bid of Australian batting all-roundner Glenn Maxwell, who was successfully picked up by RCB for a massive Rs 14.25 Cr, starting from his base price of Rs 2 Cr. Meanwhile, Chris Morris is now the most expensive player in IPL history. He breaks Yuvraj Singh’s record of 16 crores.

Full List of Sold Players:


Steve Smith – Delhi Capitals – ₹2.2 Crore


Glenn Maxwell – Royal Challengers Bangalore – ₹14.25 crore


Shakib Al Hasan – Kolkata Knight Riders – ₹3.2 Crore


Moeen Ali – Chennai Super Kings – ₹7 crore


Shivam Dube – Rajasthan Royals – ₹4.4 crore


Chris Morris – Rajasthan Royals – ₹16.25 crore


Dawid Malan – Punjab Kings – ₹1.5 crore


Mustafizur Rahman – Rajasthan Royals – ₹1 crore


Adam Milne – Mumbai Indians – ₹3.2 crore

Nathan Coulter-Nile – Mumbai Indians – ₹5 crore


Jhye Richardson – Punjab Kings – ₹14 crore


Umesh Yadav – Delhi Capitals – ₹1 cr


Piyush Chawla – Mumbai Indians – ₹2.4 crore


Sachin Baby – Royal Challengers Bangalore – ₹20 lakh


Rajat Patidar – Royal Challengers Bangalore – ₹20 lakh


Ripal Patel – Delhi Capitals – ₹20 lakh


Shahrukh Khan – Punjab Kings – ₹5.25 crore


K Gowtham – Chennai Super Kings – ₹9.25 crore


Vishnu Vinod – Delhi Capitals – ₹20 lakh


Sheldon Jackson – Kolkata Knight Riders – ₹20 lakh


Mohammed Azharuddeen – Royal Challengers Bangalore – ₹20 lakh


Lukman Meriwala – Delhi Capitals – ₹20 lakh


Chetan Sakariya – Rajasthan Royals – ₹1.2 crore


Riley Meredith – Punjab Kings – ₹8 crore


M Siddharth – Delhi Capitals – ₹20 lakh


Jagadeesha Suchith – Sunrisers Hyderabad – ₹30 lakh

KC Cariappa – Rajasthan Royals – ₹20 lakh


Cheteshwar Pujara – Chennai Super Kings – ₹50 lakh


Kyle Jamieson – Royal Challengers Bangalore – ₹15 crore


Tom Curran – Delhi Capitals – ₹5.25 crore


Moises Henriques – Punjab Kings – ₹4.2 crore


Utkarsh Singh – Punjab Kings – ₹20 lakh


Jalaj Saxena – Punjab Kings – ₹30 lakh


Vaibhav Arora – Kolkata Knight Riders – ₹20 lakh


Fabian Allen – Punjab Kings – ₹75 lakh


Daniel Christian – Royal Challengers Bangalore – ₹4.8 crore


Liam Livingstone – Rajasthan Royals – ₹75 lakh


Suyash Prabhudessai – Royal Challengers Bangalore – ₹20 lakh


KS Bharat – Royal Challengers Bangalore – ₹20 lakh


M Harisankar Reddy – Chennai Super Kings – ₹20 lakh


Kuldip Yadav – Rajasthan Royals – ₹20 lakh


James Neesham – Mumbai Indians – ₹50 lakh


Yudhvir Charak – Mumbai Indians – ₹20 lakh


K Bhagath Varma – Chennai Super Kings – ₹20 lakh


Marco Jansen – Mumbai Indians – ₹20 lakh


Saurabh Kumar – Punjab Kings – ₹20 lakh


Karun Nair – Kolkata Knight Riders – ₹50 lakh


Kedar Jadhav – Sunrisers Hyderabad – ₹2 crore


Sam Billings – Delhi Capitals – ₹2 crore


Mujeeb Ur Rahman – Sunrisers Hyderabad – ₹1.5 crore


Harbhajan Singh – Kolkata Knight Riders – ₹2 crore


C Hari Nishanth – Chennai Super Kings – ₹20 lakh


Ben Cutting – Kolkata Knight Riders – ₹75 lakh


Venkatesh Iyer – Kolkata Knight Riders – ₹20 lakh


Pawan Negi – Kolkata Knight Riders – ₹50 lakh


Akash Singh – Rajasthan Royals – ₹20 lakh


Arjun Tendulkar – Mumbai Indians – ₹20 lakh

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