The Mega Auction of IPL 2022 (IPL 2022) is going to be held in February. This year the audience will see 10 teams playing in IPL instead of 8. The fans are also very excited about it. In the upcoming Mega Auction (IPL 2022 Mega Auction), all the franchises will try their best to include the big players in their squads. So let’s know about such a player that if he gets a bid in the mega auction this time, then he can also become the most expensive selling player.
Usman Khawaja will dominate the mega auction
At present, the Ashes series between Australia and England (Aus vs Eng) is being played in Australia. In which Pakistani-origin player Usman Khawaja is scoring runs while representing the host team Australia. In front of his batting, the bowlers of the England team seem to be fading. Let us tell you that in the fourth test match against England, Usman Khawaja has scored a century in both the innings. If he gets a bid in the upcoming auction, then he can sell very expensive.
Australian player Usman Khawaja is running in a very strong form at the moment, he has won the hearts of the spectators and the entire cricket world by scoring centuries in both the innings of the fourth Test of the Ashes. Khawaja has played a total of 44 Test matches, 40 ODIs and 9 T20 Internationals for Australia, in which he has left his mark well. In such a situation, if he gets a chance to play in the upcoming season of IPL (IPL 2022), then there also Usman can make people crazy with his good batting.
Usman’s magic flopped in IPL
In IPL 2016 Usman Khawaja He was seen playing under Dhoni’s captaincy for Rising Pune Supergiants. He played only 6 matches that season in which Khawaja’s performance was not special. Significantly, after this the franchises ignored him. But this time Usman Khawaja is in excellent form. In such a situation, no team would like to make the mistake of ignoring them.
However, there is a lot of hope of getting a big bid on him in the upcoming mega auction. Apart from this, Usman Khawaja was born on 18 December 1986 in Islamabad, Pakistan, and he made his Test debut for Australia against England on 3 January 2011.