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These 3 players below the age of 30 have earned the most money from IPL

December 23, 2020

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Durba

The Indian Premier League has become the most popular T20 cricket league around the world due to the prominent names engaged with the league. The motivation behind why many star cricketers favor IPL over the competition is the measure of cash. No other group pays such significant compensations as the IPL.

Consistently, the BCCI conducts an IPL Auction, where the top T20 stars on the planet enroll themselves. Indeed, even a major name doesn't get a contract now and again. On the opposite side, unknown players become Crorepatis. In light of this nature of the IPL Auction, a few players under 30 have brought in huge measures of cash from IPL.

This article includes the best 3 players who are under 30 years of age and have brought in the most cash:

3. KL Rahul – 37.10 Crores

KL Rahul began his excursion with the Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2013. In those days, Rahul had a contract of just ten lakhs only. RCB released him as the wicket-keeper batsman moved to the Sunrisers Hyderabad next year.

Rahul got back to RCB through the player transfer window. Around then, his compensation was one crore for every season. Shockingly, Bangalore held Sarfaraz Khan ahead of him in 2018. At present, Lokesh's IPL compensation is 11 crores for each year.

2. Sanju Samson – 40.58 Crores

Kerala's wicket-keeper batsman Sanju Samson is another player who began from the base however is at the pinnacle now. Samson had a contract of just eight lakhs in 2012. The Kolkata Knight Riders had marked the forthcoming wicket-keeper batsman at that point.

In any case, KKR didn't hold him for the following season. Samson joined the Rajasthan Royals and turned into a major star. In the last three IPL seasons, the Rajasthan franchise has paid him eight crores for each year. This took his overall IPL earning to 40.58 Crores.

1. Ben Stokes – 52 Crores

The English all-rounder made his IPL debut in 2017 and still tops this list. In only four IPL seasons, the ambidextrous all-rounder from England has acquired more than 50 crores from the IPL.

The Rising Pune Supergiant marked him at a cost of 14.5 Crores in the IPL 2017 Auction. After Pune say goodbye to the league, the Rajasthan Royals secured Stokes' services for 12.5 Crores. Presently, Ben is just 29 years of age and can play the IPL for at least six-seven years.

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Durba