Bangla Hunt Desk: The mini auction of 2021 IPL was held on 18th February in Chennai. Prior to this auction, each franchise team had their own plans. Everyone made plans to strengthen their team. However, that plan is not successful until they can get every cricketer in the team as planned in the IPL auction. Before the auction, each party made its own plan. This time eight franchise teams came to the auction after making plans for the IPL auction. However, several franchises have succeeded in their plans. Again, many have failed in their plans. Let’s take a look at which franchises have succeeded in their plans and which ones have failed.
Mumbai Indians: Last time in the IPL, Nathan Coulter Nile of Australia was included in the team for Rs 8 crore. However, this time Mumbai released him before the auction. In the auction, Mumbai Indians took Nathan Coulter Nile back to the team, but this time they have to spend only five crore rupees, that is, Mumbai saved three crore rupees by taking Coulter Nile in the team. With that money, Mumbai Indians have strengthened their bowling by taking New Zealand’s Adam Milan in the team. Mumbai Indians have also picked senior Indian spinner Piyush Chawla to make up for the lack of spin. On the other hand, Mumbai has included another reliable all-rounder Jimmy Nisham in the team. In other words, the Mumbai team management filled all the gaps that were left in the last IPL.
Royal Challengers Bangalore: Royal Challengers Bangalore have spent a lot of money on Glenn Maxwell and Kyle Jamison in the IPL auction this time. This Glenn Maxwell has had a very disappointing performance in the last IPL. On the other hand, Kyle Jamieson has never played in India, which means he has no experience of playing in India. Despite this, the RCB has spent a total of Rs 29.25 crore on these two cricketers. Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation.