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Gerald Coetzee IPL Mini Auction 2024 Price

After the 2024 ODI World Cup, South African cricketer Gerald Coetzee made headlines as the best youngster in the tournament. He picked up 20 wickets in eight matches and contributed with the bat. Similarly, as soon as he enrolled him in the auction, he again announced where the youngster would go. Coetzee can bowl with the new ball as well as the old ball, and the Indian conditions have suited him well. Undoubtedly, he is one of the hot picks, but did he go for a great price? So let us look at the Gerald Coetzee IPL Mini Auction 2024 price.

Gerald Coetzee IPL Mini Auction 2024 Price

Gerald Coetzee is sold for 5 crore to the Mumbai Indians. The player had a base price of 2 crore and was expected to go at a high bid. Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians went for a bidding battle as the player’s bail came out. Later, the Chennai Super Kings backed out, and the Mumbai Indians bought him for 5 crore.

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Gerald Coetzee IPL and T20 career

The South African cricketer was approached by several teams during the 2024 season, but he refused to join them as a replacement. As a result, he is yet to make his IPL debut. On the other hand, he recently made his t20i career debut. He is a young gun, and the 2024 ODI World Cup was the tournament where he announced himself. Following are Gerald Coetzee’s IPL and T20 career stats.

Format Matches Runs Highest Score Wickets Best Figures
IPL Yet to play
T20 Internationals 4 25 13 6 3/32

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Nikhil Lopes
Nikhil Lopes
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