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    Top 10 earners at IPL 7 auction

    • 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)

    • 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)

    • 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)

    • 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)

    • 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)

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