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Why Suresh Raina Was not Bought by CSK in The IPL Mega Auction

IPL 2022 Mega Auction:- No franchise showed interest in buying Suresh Raina during the mega auction. Now Kashi Vishwanathan, CEO of the Chennai Super Kings franchise has given the reason for this. for Raina

Why Suresh Raina didn’t sell in mega auction

Veteran cricketer Suresh Raina did not sell in the mega auction held before the 15th season of the Indian Premier League. Seeing this, his fans were very disappointed and surprised. During the mega auction, no franchise showed interest in buying Suresh Raina, who represented Chennai Super Kings for many years. Now the CEO of the Chennai franchise, Kashi Vishwanathan has also given the reason for this.

He also took over the captaincy of the Gujarat Lions team.

This left-handed cricketer has a lot of IPL experience. He has played 205 matches in this T20 league and has scored 5528 runs with the help of 1 century, 39 half-centuries. He has also handled the captaincy of the Gujarat Lions team. He withdrew from the 2020 season due to Coronavirus. The last season was not special for him and he played 12 matches in which he scored a total of 160 runs with the help of 1 half-century.

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CEO Kashi released a video on behalf of the franchisee

Chennai Super Kings CEO Kashi said in a video clip released by the franchise, “Raina has been one of the consistent performers for CSK for 12 years. Of course, it was very difficult for us not to buy Raina. But at the same time, you should also understand that the composition of the team depends on the form and players of that team.

Missing former captain Faf du Plessis

He further said, ‘Form and combination is one of the reasons. We thought that he might not fit in this team. Kashi further said that the Chennai team will also miss former South African captain Faf du Plessis. Plessis has been playing for the team since 2011 and was part of their title-winning campaign last year. Faf will represent Royal Challengers Bangalore this year.

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