Smriti Mandhana of India struck gold during the first Women’s Premier League auctions when she caused a bidding war between the Mumbai Indians and the Royal Challengers Bangalore. At a staggering fee of 3.4 crore, RCB finally purchased the Indian opener.
After getting selected by RCB, Mandhana was unable to contain her joy. She was seen celebrating her selection with the Indian captain Harmanpreet Kaur, Shafali Verma, and numerous other athletes in a video that quickly became popular. She thought back on her emotions after being one of the most expensive players at the first auction.
I was riveted to them as we watched an auction of men. It is such an important event for us to have this auction.sort. Everything about it is thrilling. The fan base that RCB has amassed is impressive. ecstatic to be a part of such a significant franchise. excited to wear that colour red, and we’ll do our best to win the cup, “Mandhana added.
The Royal Challengers Bangalore football team keeps on spending money.
One of the biggest spenders in the first WPL auction was Royal Challengers Bangalore. In addition to acquiring Smirti Mandhana, Sophie Devine, Ellyse Perry, Renuka Singh, and Richa Ghosh were also signed by RCB.
Mandhana and Perry are well-known to everyone; we were really adamant about getting them. We are overjoyed to have such excellent players. Being able to work with Mandhana, Perry, andDevine. Smriti has extensive leadership experience and is familiar with Indian cricketing conditions, thus it is very possible that she will serve as captain, according to RCB Director of Cricket Mike Hesson.
Going into the WPL, RCB’s team appears to be strong. The team immediately went for the big names and was successful in landing the majority of the players they desired; however, it is still unclear how their ultimate roster would appear.