Top 10 earners at IPL 7 auction

Updated: March 1, 2015, 4:32 PM IST
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  • Kings XI Punjab paid a staggering Rs. 6 crore for Australian allrounder Glenn Maxwell. (Getty Images)

    Kings XI Punjab paid a staggering Rs. 6 crore for Australian allrounder Glenn Maxwell. (Getty Images)

  • Indian leg spinner Piyush Chawla was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for a sum of Rs. 4.25 crore. (AP Photo)

    Indian leg spinner Piyush Chawla was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for a sum of Rs. 4.25 crore. (AP Photo)

  • Dinesh Karthik became a former Mumbai Indians player when Delhi bought him for a whopping Rs. 12.5 crore. (Getty Images)

    Dinesh Karthik became a former Mumbai Indians player when Delhi bought him for a whopping Rs. 12.5 crore. (Getty Images)

  • Ashes hero Mitchell Johnson became the costliest bowler at the IPL-7 auction as he was bought by Kings XI Punjab for Rs. 6.5 crore. (Getty Images)

    Ashes hero Mitchell Johnson became the costliest bowler at the IPL-7 auction as he was bought by Kings XI Punjab for Rs. 6.5 crore. (Getty Images)

  • Sunrisers Hyderabad bought Australian opener David Warner for Rs 5.5 crore. (Getty Images)

    Sunrisers Hyderabad bought Australian opener David Warner for Rs 5.5 crore. (Getty Images)

  • Kolkata used their 'Right to Match' to keep Jacques Kallis in their squad, paying Rs. 5.5 crore for that. (Getty Images)

    Kolkata used their 'Right to Match' to keep Jacques Kallis in their squad, paying Rs. 5.5 crore for that. (Getty Images)

  • Corey Anderson, who scored the fastest ODI century smashing a 36-ball ton against WI to breach the record of Shahid Afridi set in 1996, expectedly got a decent package of Rs 4.5 crore from Mumbai Indians. (Getty Images)

    Corey Anderson, who scored the fastest ODI century smashing a 36-ball ton against WI to breach the record of Shahid Afridi set in 1996, expectedly got a decent package of Rs 4.5 crore from Mumbai Indians. (Getty Images)

  • Amit Mishra was bought back by Sunrisers Hyderabad via 'Right to Match' for Rs. 4.75 crore. (Getty Images)

    Amit Mishra was bought back by Sunrisers Hyderabad via 'Right to Match' for Rs. 4.75 crore. (Getty Images)

  • Yuvraj was bought by RCB for a whopping Rs 14 crore on the opening day of the two-day 2014 players' auction on Feb 12-13, thereby becoming the most expensive player purchased at the auction. (AP Photo)

    Yuvraj was bought by RCB for a whopping Rs 14 crore on the opening day of the two-day 2014 players' auction on Feb 12-13, thereby becoming the most expensive player purchased at the auction. (AP Photo)

  • Kevin Pietersen went for Rs 9 crore, bought back by Delhi Daredevils who used one of their 'Right-to-Match' cards. (AFP Photo)

    Kevin Pietersen went for Rs 9 crore, bought back by Delhi Daredevils who used one of their 'Right-to-Match' cards. (AFP Photo)

First Published: February 13, 2014, 10:56 PM IST
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