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Saturday, January 8, 2011

Players sold at IPL auction 2011 and their price | IPL 4

The auction for IPL 2011 is going on. This is going to be fresh auction with some teams retaining some of its previous players. Here are some of the players sold at IPL auction 2011.

This was the list of players sold before lunch in Day 1 of IPL Auction 2011:
1Gautam GambhirIndiaKolkata$2.4 million
2 Yusuf Pathan India Kolkata $2.1 million
3 Robin Uthappa India Pune $2.1 million
4 Rohit Sharma India Mumbai Indians $2 million
5 Irfan Pathan India Delhi Daredevils $1.9 million
6 Yuvraj Singh India Pune $1.8 million
7 Mahela Jayawardene Sri Lanka Kochi $1.5 million
8 AB de Villers South Africa Bangalore $1.1 million
9 Cameron White Australia Deccan Chargers $1.1 million
10 Jacques Kallis South Africa Kolkata $1.1 million
11 Ross Taylor New Zealand Rajasthan Royals $1 million
12 Johan Botha South Africa Rajasthan $950,000
13 S Sreesanth India Kochi $900,000
14 Adam Gilchrist Australia Punjab $900,000
15 Zaheer Khan India Bangalore $900,000
16 Andrew Symonds Australia Mumbai Indians $850,000
17 Kumar Sangakkara Sri Lanka Deccan Chargers $700,000
18 Tillakaratne Dilshan Sri Laka Bangalore $650,000
19 Kevin Pietersen England Deccan Chargers $650,000
20 Daniel Vettori New Zealand Bangalore $550,000
21 Rahul Dravid India Rajasthan Royals $500,000
22 Graeme Smith South Africa Pune $500,000
23 RP Singh India Kochi $500,000
24 Brendon McCullum New Zealand Kochi $475,000
25 VVS Laxman India Kochi $400,000

Here are list of players sold after lunch in Day 1 of Auction for IPL 2011:

Michael Hussey- Chennai Super Kings- US$ 425,000

Shaun Marsh- Kings' XI Punjab- US$ 400,000

JP Duminy- Deccan Chargers- US$ 300,000

Shikhar Dhawan- Deccan Chargers- US$ 300,000

Saurabh Tiwary- Royal Challengers Bangalore- US$1.6 million

David Hussey- Kings' XI Punjab- US$1.4 million

David Warner- Delhi Daredevils- US$ 750,000

Parthiv Patel- Kochi- US$ 290,000

Wriddhiman Saha-Chennai Super Kings- US$ 100,000

Dinesh Karthik- Kings' XI Punjab- US$ 900,000

Naman Ojha- Delhi Daredevils- US$ 270,000

Brad Haddin- Kolkata Knight Riders- US$ 325,000

Tim Paine- Pune- US$ 270,000

David Jacobs- Mumbai Indians- US$ 190,000

James Hopes- Delhi Daredevils- US$ 350,000

Ravindra Jadeja- Kochi- US$ 950,000

Shakib-al-Hasan- Kolkata Knight Riders- US$ 425,000

Stuart Broad- Kings' XI Punjab- US$ 400,000

Abhishek Nayar- Kings' XI Punjab- US$ 800,000

Angelo Mathews- Pune- US$ 950,000

Dwayne Bravo- Chennai Super Kings- US$ 200,000

Steven Smith- Kochi- US$ 200,000

James Franklin- Mumbai Indians- US$ 100,000

Here are the lis of some spinners sold:

Muttiah Muralitharan- Kochi- US$1.1 million

Piyush Chawla- Kings' XI Punjab- US$ 900,000

R Ashwin- Chennai Super Kings- US$ 850,000

Pragyan Ojha- Deccan Chargers- US$ 500,000

Amit Mishra- Deccan Chargers- US$ 300,000

Nathan McCullum- Pune- US$ 100,000

Ramesh Powar- Kochi- US$ 180,000

Aaron Finch- Delhi Daredevils- US$ 300,000

Eoin Morgan- Kolkata Knight Riders- US$ 350,000

Brad Hodge- Kochi- US$ 425,000

Callum Ferguson- Pune- US$ 300,000

Manoj Tiwary- Kolkata Knight Riders- US$ 475,000

Cheteshwar Pujara- Royal Challengers Bangalore- US$ 700,000

S Badrinath- Chennai Super Kings- US$ 850,000

Paul Collingwood- Rajasthan Royals- US$ 250,000

List of players sold on Day 2 Jan 9

Matthew Wade- Delhi Daredevils- US$ 100,000

Daniel Christian- Deccan Chargers- US$ 900,000

Thisara Perera- Kochi- US$ 80,000

Ajit Agarkar- Delhi Daredevils- US$ 210,000

Charl Langveldt- Royal Challengers Bangalore- US$ 140,000

Vinay Kumar- Kochi- US$ 475,000

Ashok Dinda- Delhi Dardevils- US$ 375,000

Munaf Patel- Mumbai Indians- US$ 700,000

Shaun Tait- Rajasthan Royals- US$ 300,000

Umesh Yadav- Delhi Daredevils- US$ 750,000

Clint McKay- Mumbai Indians- US$ 110,000

L Balaji- Kolkata Knight Riders- US$ 500,000

Roelof van der Merwe- Delhi Daredevils- US$ 50,000

Steven O'Keefe- Kochi- US$ 20,000

Luke Pomersback- Royal Challengers Bangalore- US$ 50,000

Venu Gopal Rao- Delhi Daredevils- US$ 700,000

Scott Styris- Chennai Super Kings- US$ 200,000

Ben Hilfenhaus- Chennai Super Kings- US$ 100,000

Jaidev Unadkat- Kolkata Knight Riders- US$ 250,000

MS Gony- Deccan Chargers- US$ 290,000

Joginder Sharma- Chennai Super Kings- US$ 150,000

Wayne Parnell- Pune- US$ 160,000

Abhimanyu Mithun- Royal Challengers Bangalore- US$ 260,000

Nuwan Kulasekara- Chennai Super Kings- US$ 100,000

Sudeep Tyagi- Chennai Super Kings- US$ 240,000

Suraj Randiv- Chennai Super Kings- US$ 80,000

Michael Klinger- Kochi- US$ 75,000

Ryan ten Doeschate-Kolkata Knight Riders- US$ 150,000

Mitchell Marsh- Pune- US$ 290,000

Andrew McDonald- Delhi Daredevils- US$ 80,000

John Hastings- Kochi- US$ 20,000

Pankaj Singh- Rajasthan Royals- US$ 95,000

Johan van der Wath- Royal Challengers Bangalore- US$ 50,000

Jerome Taylor- Pune- US$ 100,000

James Pattinson- Kolkata Knight Riders- US$ 100,000

Alfonso Thomas- Pune- US100,000

George Bailey- Chennai Super Kings- US$ 50,000

Rilee Rossouw- Royal Challengers Bangalore- US$ 20,000

Nuwan Pradeep- Royal Challengers Bangalore- US$ 20,000

Chris Lynn- Deccan Chargers- US$ 20,000

Francois du Plessis- Chennai Super Kings- US$ 120,000

Here are the sold players after they were auctioned again :

Jesse Ryder- Pune- US$ 150,000

Mohammad Kaif- Royal Challengers Bangalore- US$ 130,000

Murali Kartik- Pune- US$ 400,000

Juan Theron- Deccan Chargers- US$ 85,000

Travis Birt- Delhi Daredevils- US$ 20,000

Dimitri Mascerehnas- Kings' XI Punjab- US$ 100,000

Jonathan Vandiar- Royal Challengers Bangalore- US$ 20,000

Moises Henriques- Mumbai Indians- US$ 50,000

Colin Ingram- Delhi Daredevils- US$ 100,000

Michael Lumb- Deccan Chargers- US$ 80,000

Nathan Rimmington- Kings' XI Punjab- US$ 20,000

Aiden Blizzard- Mumbai Indians- US$ 20,000

Robert Frylinck- Delhi Daredevils- US$ 20,000

This much from the auction of players from IPL 4 | IPL 2010. You can get:

1 comment:

  1. cricket world flooded with money like cinema world stars became rillionaires in a short time but who motivates the people like farmers workers in various categoruiies who toil hard with their hands day and no9ight no one no organisations no govt no one no sharuk khan no rajni so food comes by batting sixes and fours bat selling for crores worthless world money goes to money poor will remain poorer a rebellion is required to change this trend why no one bothered who bothered for ? selfish societ y wexpect more natural disasters to come to this earthj jai kisans jai peasants


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