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Harry Brook sold to Delhi Capitals for Rs 4 crore: IPL 2024 Auction

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IPL 2024 Auction: Delhi Capitals made waves in the IPL 2024 auction as they secured the services of England batter Harry Brook for a hefty sum of Rs. 4 crores. Known for his explosive style of batting, Brook brings a dynamic edge to the team, boasting a T20 strike rate of over 150.

The 24-year-old right-handed batter, who previously commanded a price tag of Rs. 13.25 crore with Sunrisers Hyderabad, faced a release after a less-than-ideal campaign. However, Delhi Capitals saw potential in Brook’s prowess and secured his services in a bid to strengthen their batting lineup.

Harry Brook’s T20 credentials speak volumes about his ability to make an impact in the shortest format of the game. With a strike rate of 145.08, he has amassed 531 runs in 21 innings for the Three Lions. His aggressive style and ability to score quickly make him a valuable asset in the T20 format.

Despite a disappointing 50-over World Cup campaign with England, where he averaged 28.16, Brook has shown glimpses of his talent. His recent standout performance includes a seven-ball 31 against the West Indies, playing a pivotal role in England’s challenging chase.

“Having made a stellar start in international cricket, including noteworthy contributions in Test cricket and winning the T20 World Cup in November 2022, Brook’s addition to the Delhi Capitals lineup is expected to bring depth and firepower”.

As Delhi Capitals gear up for the upcoming IPL season, the inclusion of Harry Brook signifies a strategic move to bolster their batting arsenal. With his explosive batting style and the ability to turn the game in a matter of deliveries, Brook adds an exciting dimension to the team’s T20 aspirations. Fans eagerly await the dynamic performances that Harry Brook is set to deliver in the IPL 2024 season.

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