IPL 2021 Auction: K Gowtham turns out to be most costly uncapped player, offered to CSK for Rs 9.25 crore
K Gowtham turned into the most costly uncapped part throughout the entire existence of IPL after Chennai Super Kings (CSK) got him for Rs 9.25 crore.
32-year-year off-spinner Krishnappa Gowtham, who had a base cost of Rs 20 lakh in the IPL 2021 sale, was sold for an astounding Ra 9.25 crore by Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on Thurday.
With this Gowtham has become the most costly uncapped part throughout the entire existence of IPL. He was delivered by Punjab Kings in front of the Chennai Auction. All-rounder Krunal Pandya had become the most costly uncapped part in IPL history after Mumbai Indians held him for 8.8 crore through Right to Match alternative in the IPL 2018 Auction.
Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and CSK were in dispute to snatch the administrations of Gowtham, who has played 24 IPL matches till date.
He made his presentation while playing for Mumbai Indians against Sunrisers Hydearabd (SRH) in 2018. The Karnataka bowler has taken 13 wickets to his name in the money rich group.
In general, he has played 62 T20s, scoring 594 runs and taking 41 wickets in them.
Krishnappa Gowtham has an encounter of 42 top notch and 45 List A matches