IPL 2016: Players who hogged limelight in auction this year

IPL 2016: Players who hogged limelight in auction this year 

Apr 06, 2016, 18:45 PM IST
Rishabh Pant: The Delhi youngster will play for his own state as Delhi Daredevils showed confidence in this dynamic opener and bought him for a whooping sum of Rs. 1.9 crore.
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Rishabh Pant: The Delhi youngster will play for his own state as Delhi Daredevils showed confidence in this dynamic opener and bought him for a whooping sum of Rs. 1.9 crore.

Deepak Hooda: An outstanding domestic season helped him impress the IPL franchises as the Haryana-born cricketer earned Rs. 4.2 crore contract from Sunrisers Hyderabad.
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Deepak Hooda: An outstanding domestic season helped him impress the IPL franchises as the Haryana-born cricketer earned Rs. 4.2 crore contract from Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Nathu Singh: He is being touted as India's fastest upcoming bowler. He will play under Rohit Sharma's captaincy as Mumbai Indians paid Rs. 3.2 crore for the pacer.
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Nathu Singh: He is being touted as India's fastest upcoming bowler. He will play under Rohit Sharma's captaincy as Mumbai Indians paid Rs. 3.2 crore for the pacer.

Mustafizur Rahman: The consistent performance by the Bangladeshi bowler at the higest level has helped him earn an impressive contract with Sunrisers Hyderabad. And with that he has become the 2nd Bangladeshi cricketer to play in the clash-rich league after Shakib Al Hasan.
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Mustafizur Rahman: The consistent performance by the Bangladeshi bowler at the higest level has helped him earn an impressive contract with Sunrisers Hyderabad. And with that he has become the 2nd Bangladeshi cricketer to play in the clash-rich league after Shakib Al Hasan.

Pawan Negi: The deminutive Delhi all-rounder emerged as the face of the IPL auctions this year as he was bought by the Delhi Daredevils for INR 8.5 crores.
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Pawan Negi: The deminutive Delhi all-rounder emerged as the face of the IPL auctions this year as he was bought by the Delhi Daredevils for INR 8.5 crores.