Five biggest steal deals in IPL 2024 auction

Rs 1.8 crore | Chennai Super Kings

Chennai Super Kings sealed the coup of the IPL 2021 auction as they picked up New Zealand World Cup 2023 hero Rachin Ravindra for Rs 1.8 crore.

Not only has Rachin Ravindra proved himself capable of being useful left-handed top order batter, who can be in multiple gears, he can bowl effective left-arm spin.

Rs 5 crore | Mumbai Indians

Everyone expected South Africa pace sensation Gerald Coetzee to fetch big bucks at the IPL 2024 auction. Hence, it came as a surprise when Mumbai Indians picked him for Rs 5 crore.

Gerald Coetzee was in superb form in the World Cup 2023 where he emerged as South Africa's leading wicket-taker with 23 scalps.

Rs 1.5 crore | Sunrisers Hyderabad

Wanindu Hasaranga is one of the best spinners in World cricket right now, and SRH picking him for just Rs 1.5 crore is nothing short of a steal deal. He has been out for some time due to an injury, and his return is not yet known, and hence this might be the reason franchises did not show interest in him.

Rs 4 crore | Chennai Super Kings

The Indian pace bowling all-rounder is a commodity that all IPL teams would like to possess. So, it came as a shock when Shardul Thakur returned to CSK for just Rs 4 crore.

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Azmatullah Omarzai was picked up at the IPL 2024 auction for Rs 50 lakh by Gujarat Titans in what can be termed as an absolute coup. His pace bowling all-rounder, who is an asset with both bat and ball. In the world cup 2023, the Afghan all-rounder scored 353 runs and picked up 7 wickets.