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Cumbrian cricketer Ben Stokes becomes most expensive overseas IPL player according to : The ITV Hub

referring to The Cockermouth all-rounder will earn £1.7m playing in the Indian Premier League.

Cumbrian cricketer Ben Stokes becomes most expensive overseas IPL player

as mentioned in Suri is the first UAE cricketer to be picked by an IPL teamGujarat Lions pick the Dubai-based youngsterThe UAE’s Chirag Suri couldn’t have asked for a better birthday gift.
Suri, who turned 22 on Saturday, became the first UAE cricketer to be selected for the Indian Premier League (IPL).
The IPL Auction was held in the Indian city of Bengaluru on Monday and the Dubai-based Suri was picked by the Gujarat Lions.
Young UAE batsman Chirag Suri will represent @TheGujaratLions in this year’s IPL.
I unfortunately didn’t have good performances with the UAE team but former UAE coach Aaqib Javed and Owais Shah felt I would play in the IPL,” he said.

The Afghanistan cricketer who bagged Dh2.2m deal at IPL

as mentioned in “Feeling on top of the world, being selected for Team @SunRisers @IPL auction.
Nabi is one of the senior most Afghanistan cricketers, having represented the country in 72 ODIs and 52 T20 Internationals.
Both Nabi and Khan players were bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad, for Rs 30 lakh and Rs4cr (Dh2.2m) respectively.
The team qualified for the World T20 in the last four editions and made its 50-over World Cup debut in Australia two years ago.
Afghanistan cricket broke a new barrier when Mohammad Nabi and Rashid Khan became the first from the war-torn nation to be picked in the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction, here today.

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