These five players got the most money in IPL 2024 auction These five players got the most money in IPL 2024 auction

These five players got the most money in IPL 2024 auction

These five players got the most money in IPL 2024 auction

Mitchell Starc became the most expensive player in the history of the league when KKR bought the left-arm fast bowler for Rs 24.75 crore. Starc's base price was Rs 2 crore.

Starc's fellow countryman and captain Pat Cummins was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 20.50 crore.

Daryl Mitchell, the third top player in the auction, was bought by Chennai Super Kings for Rs 14 crore.

One of the most notable signings is Harshal Patel of Punjab Kings, who was acquired for a huge sum of Rs 11.75 crore. This made Patel the top Indian buyer in the auction. 

West Indies' Alzarri Joseph is at fifth place in this list, who was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs 11.50 crore. 

The final list of the South African national team for the 2023 Nations Cup

Yesterday, Thursday, Belgian coach of the South African national football team, Hugo Broos, announced the list of his team to participate in the 2023 African Cup of Nations, scheduled to be held in Ivory Coast, starting from January 13 until February 11, 2024.

Bruce, who won the prestigious continental title with the Cameroon national team in 2017 in Gabon, chose 23 players to defend the colors of the “Bafana Bafana” (boys) team in the largest football tournament on the continent.

The list was devoid of Lyle Foster, the promising English striker for Burnley.

Bruce listened to the advice of his compatriot, Burnley coach Vincent Kompany, not to invite Forster, who returned to the field on Tuesday and played a starting role in the match against Liverpool in the English Premier League, which ended in a loss (0-2), after suffering from psychological problems.

“Lyle cannot travel around the world at this stage, and is not in a position to join his country’s national team in the continental championship,” Kompany told his compatriot Bruce.

The national team is led by Percy Tau, the Egyptian Al-Ahly winger, who recently won the Best Player Award within the African continent this year, which is awarded by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

The South African national team - which won the African Cup of Nations when it hosted it in its stadiums in 1996 - will play in Group Five, along with the national teams of Tunisia, Namibia and Mali.

The list -----

Goalkeepers: Ricardo Goss (SuperSport United), Philly Muthwa (AmaZulu) and Ronwen Williams (Mamelodi Sundowns).

Defense: Grant Kekana, Terrence Mashigo, Aubrey Modiba, Khuliso Mudau, Mothupi Mvala (Sundowns), Sydney Mobi (Sekhukhune United), Nkosinathi Sibisi (Orlando Pirates), Syanda Zulu (SuperSport)

Midfielders: Thapelo Maseko, Teboho Mokoena and Thapelo Morena (Sundowns), Jayden Adams (Stellenbosch), Thabang Munare (Orlando Pirates) and Siphelo Sithole (Tondela, Portugal).

Forwards:  Zakhel Lepasa and Evedence Makgoba (Orlando Pirates), Oswin Appolis (Polokwane City), Mihlali Mayambila (Aris Limassol, Cyprus), Percy Tau (Al-Ahly of Egypt) and Themba Zwane (Sundowns).
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