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 Hyderabad pacer  Mohammed Siraj was rewarded for his hard work , who showed excellence in the recently concluded Ranji Trophy, as he was bagged by the Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 2.6 crore. English all-rounder who was impressive in the series against India — Ben Stokes, was the biggest gainer and the hottest property of the auctions. Stokes was bought by the Rising Pune Supergiants for a whopping Rs. 14.4 crore – the highest for any foreign player in the history of IPL. Making their mark were Afghanistan players Mohammad Nabi and Rashid Khan. The duo created history by becoming the only Afghanistan players to bag IPL deals.

Following is the list of players who were sold in the IPL auction on Monday.

Players sold in first round:
Eoin Morgan — Kings XI Punjab for Rs 2 crores 
Pawan Negi — Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs 1 crore 
Angelo Mathews — Delhi Daredevils for Rs 2 crores 
Ben Stokes — Rising Pune Supergiants for Rs 14.5 crores 
Corey Anderson — Delhi Daredevils for Rs 1 crore 
Nicholas Pooran — Mumbai Indians for Rs 30 lakhs 
Kagiso Rabada — Delhi Daredevils for Rs 5 crores 
Trent Boult — Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 5 crores 
Tymal Mills — Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs 12 crores 
Pat Cummins — Delhi Daredevils for Rs 4.5 crores 
Mitchell Johnson — Mumbai Indians for Rs 2 crores 
Ankit Bawne — Delhi Daredevils Rs 10 lakhs 
Tanmay Agarwal — Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 10 lakhs 
Mohammad Nabi — Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 30 lakhs 
K Gowtham — Mumbai Indians for Rs 2 crores 
Rahul Tewatia — Kings XI Punjab for Rs 25 lakhs 
Aditya Tare — Delhi Daredevils for Rs 25 lakhs 
Eklavya Dwivedi — Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 75 lakhs 
Aniket Choudhary — Royal Challengers for Bangalore Rs 2 crores 
T Natarajan Kings XI — Punjab for Rs 3 crores 
Nathu Singh Gujarat Lions Rs 50 lakhs 
Basil Thampi Gujarat Lions — Rs 85 lakhs 
M Ashwin — Delhi Daredevils for Rs 1 crore 
Tejas Baroka — Gujarat Lions for Rs 10 lakhs 
Rashid Khan — Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 4 crores 
Pravin Tambe — Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 10 lakhs 
Chris Woakes — Kolkata Knight for Riders Rs 4.2 crores 
Karn Sharma — Mumbai Indians for  Rs 3.2 crores 
Rishi Dhawan — Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 55 lakhs 
Matt Henry — Kings XI Punjab for Rs 50 lakhs 
Jaydev Unadkat — Rising Pune Supergiants for Rs 30 lakhs 
Varun Aaron — Kings XI Punjab for Rs 2.8 crores 
Manpreet Gony — Gujarat Lions for Rs 60 lakhs 

Players sold in second round:
Martin Guptill — Kings XI Punjab for Rs 50 lakhs 
Jason Roy — Gujarat Lions for Rs 1 crore 
Saurabh Tiwary — Mumbai Indians for Rs 30 lakhs 
Chris Jordan — Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 50 lakhs 
Nathan Coulter-Nile — Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 3.5 crores 
Praveen Dubey — Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs 10 lakhs 
Navdeep Saini — Delhi Daredevils for Rs 10 lakhs 
Ben Laughlin — Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 30 lakhs 
Billy Stanlake — Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs 30 lakhs 
Mohammed Siraj — Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 2.6 crores 
Rahul Chahar — Rising Pune Supergiants for Rs 10 lakhs 
Saurabh Kumar — Rising Pune Supergiants for Rs 10 lakhs 
Asela Gunaratne — Mumbai Indians for Rs 30 lakhs 
Daniel Christian — Rising Pune Supergiants for Rs 1 crore 
Rovman Powell — Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 30 lakhs 
Darren Sammy — Kings XI Punjab for Rs 30 lakhs 
Munaf Patel — Gujarat Lions for Rs 30 lakhs 
Rinku Singh — Kings XI Punjab for Rs 10 lakhs 
Shashank Singh — Delhi Daredevils for Rs 10 lakhs 
Milind Tandon — Rising Pune Supergiants for Rs 10 lakhs 
Kulwant Khejroliya — Mumbai Indians for Rs 10 lakhs 
Chirag Suri — Gujarat Lions from Rs 10 lakhs
R Sanjay Yadav — Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 10 lakhs 
Shelley Shaurya — Gujarat Lions for Rs 10 lakhs 
Shubham Agarwal –Gujarat Lions for Rs 10 lakhs 
Ishank Jaggi — Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 10 lakhs 
Rahul Tripathi –Rising Pune Supergiants for Rs 10 lakhs 
Pratham Singh — Gujarat Lions for Rs 10 lakhs.


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