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IPL: Flintoff, Pietersen overtake Dhoni

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Goa, Feb 6: The IPL Season-2 auction live from Goa:

Yusuf Abdullah of Bangladesh unsold.

Daniel Harris of South Africa unsold.

Bangladesh player Mashrafe Mortaza was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 2.94 crore.

Australian batsman Phil Jacques unsold.

New Zealand bowler Kyle Mills bought by Mumbai Indians for $150,000.

Chennai Super Kings buy Sri Lankan all-rounder Thilan Tushara for Rs 68. 6 lakh.

England player Ravi Bopara was bought by Kings 11 Punjab for Rs 2.20 crore.

Prasanna Jayawardane of Sri Lanka unsold.

Dominic Thornely of Australia unsold.

England's Samit Patel unsold.

Shakib-Al Hassan from Bangladesh unsold.

Morne-Wan Yyk of South Africa unsold.

Steven Smith of Australia unsold.

West Indies all-rounder Jermone Taylor unsold.

Ashwell Prince, South African batsman unsold.


Rajasthan Royals buy South African player Tyron Henderson for Rs 3.18 crore.

Delhi Daredevils buy England all-rounder Paul Collingwood for Rs 1.34 crore.

England Batsman Owais Shah was bought by Delhi Daredevils for USD 275,000.

West Indies player Fidel Edwards for Deccan Chargers for Rs 73.5 lakh.


IPL: Flintoff, Pietersen overtake Dhoni

England players Andrew Flintoff and Kevin Pietersen overtook Dhoni to become the costliest players in IPL, bought for USD 1.55 million. Chennai Super Kings buy England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff for USD 1.5 million.

Bangalore Royal Challengers buy England's Kevin Pietersen for USD 1.55 million.

Mumbai Indians buy South African batsman J P Duminy for USD 950,000. Rajasthan Royals buy Australian pacer Shaun Tait for USD 375,000.

The season 2 of IPL auctions is being held in Goa. The second season which will start on April 10 will see more foreign players as the number of maximum overseas players in each squad has been raised to 10.

Eight Indian Premier League franchisees are buying 17 players from a pool of around 50 with a total of USD 13.59 million in their pocket. According to sources, Chennai Super Kings may spend upto USD two million for two slots.


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Story first published: Friday, February 6, 2009, 11:19 [IST]
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