New Delhi. If we look at the record of 46 matches so far in IPL 2021, then the big bowlers are failing. At the same time, the performance of the players who got less money in the auction has been excellent. So far only 2 bowlers have been able to take more than 20 wickets. Even including the auction money of both is not one crore. At the same time, Chris Morris, who was sold for 16.25 crores, could only take 14 wickets. Avesh’s team has also qualified for the playoffs.
Royal Challengers Bangalore fast bowler Harshal Patel has taken 26 wickets in 11 matches. He has also taken a hat-trick in the current season. His best performance is 5 wickets for 27 runs. Has done the feat of taking 4 wickets once and 5 wickets once. Economy is of 8.57. He gets only 20 lakh rupees from Bangalore. He was included in the team by the team from Delhi Capitals.
Avesh Khan has taken 21 wickets worth 70 lakhs
Talk about fast bowler Avesh Khan playing for Delhi Capitals, he has taken 21 wickets at an average of 15 in 12 matches. His best performance is 3 wickets for 13 runs. Economy is of 7. He has been included in the team by Delhi for Rs 70 lakh. He took 3 wickets for 15 runs against Mumbai on Saturday. Talking about the T20 career of this 24-year-old bowler, he has taken 53 wickets in 39 matches. Took 4 wickets once and 5 wickets once.
Morris and Jameson have failed
South African fast bowler Chris Morris was bought by Rajasthan Royals in the auction for Rs 16.25 crore before the current season. He has been able to take only 14 wickets in 10 matches so far. His best performance is 4 wickets for 23 runs. Economy is at 9.40. At the same time, RCB fast bowler Kyle Jameson was bought by the team for Rs 15 crore. But he has been able to take only 9 wickets in 9 matches of the current season. Economy is of 9.60.