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IPL bidding: List of players auctioned for the third edition

The list of players sold in the Indian Premier League auction in Mumbai Tuesday.

Kieron Pollard (West Indies) was bought by Mumbai Indians for $750,000 (base price, $200,000).

Wayne Parnell (South Africa) was bought by Delhi Daredevils for $610,000 (base price, $200,000).

Shane Bond (New Zealand) was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for $750,000 (base price, $100,000).

Kemar Roach (West Indies) was bought by Deccan Chargers for $720,000 (base price, $100,00).

Eoin Morgan (England) was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore for $220,000 (base price, $200,00).

Mohammad Kaif (India) was bought by Kings XI Punjab for $250,000 (base price $100,000)

Damien Martyn (Australia) was bought by Rajasthan Royals for the base price $100,000.

Thissara Perera (Sri Lanka) was bought by Chennai Super Kings for the base price$50,000.

Justin Kemp (South Africa) bought by Chennai Super Kings for the base price $100,000.

Adam Voges (Australia) bought by Rajasthan Royals for the base price $50,000.

Yusuf Abdulla (South Africa) bought by Kings XI Punjab for the base price $20,000.

Source : Hindustan Times

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  1. January 20, 2010 at 8:04 pm

    mohsin ali khan :unfear and a joke with pakistani players and the entire pakistani nation. what do you People think about pakistani players ? what they are ? they belongs to a Respectful nation. with your Unrespectable attitude they will not efect because they are Respectful by birth.this attitude shown that how much your nation is .respectabl
    with great Sorrow
    Mohsin ali khan

  2. ayush
    January 10, 2011 at 8:23 am

    dear mohsin all of us know what’s the truth,so kindly keep quiet.The pakistani players only wants money the don’t have the sportsmanship.’M really very happy from past few years from IPL Team that they have decided not to take any of the players from your country.
    Its not about the respect,INDIANS do respect every culture,if you want to see the come to INDIA and see how we respect the culture and the people

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