Auction Result of 2009’s IPL – Pietersen & Flintoff Set Record Breaking Highest Bid – 1.55 Million


After lots of drama that has been taken place before the IPL auction of season II, fifty players were selected for 2009’s DLF Indian Premier League auction.

You already know that Pakistani cricketers are not joining in this IPL because of their playing permission are not been granted by country’s Foreign Office. Also Australian vice-captain Michael Clarke is not attaining in the IPL.

Before giving the final players list of 2009’s IPL auction result geo tv, let’s take a look at last year’s (2008’s IPL) five highest bids players.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni (India) — $1,500,000
Andrew Symonds (Australia) — $1,350,000
Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka) — $975,000
Ishant Sharma (India) — $975,000
Irfan Pathan (India) — $925,000

Now, finally 17 new players will go under the hammer in the second Indian Premier League those are chosen from season II IPL auction in Goa on Friday.

So, 5 highest players list with the Winning Bid and winning Franchise with Owner’s Name for the players, is as follows:

Kevin Pietersen (England) — $1,550,000 — Bangalore Royal Challengers (Vijay Mallya)

Andrew Flintoff (England) — $1,550,000 — Chennai Super Kings (India Cement)

J P Duminy (South Africa) — $950,000 — Mumbai Indians (Mukesh Ambani)

Tyron Henderson (South Africa) — $650,000 — Rajasthan Royals (Emerging Media)

Mashrafe Bin Mortaza (Bangladesh) — $600,000 — Kolkata Knight Riders (Shah Rukh Khan & Juhi Chawla)

Season II will see 5 England players, 2 South Africans, 2 Bangladeshi’s, 2 Australians, 2 New Zealanders, 3 West Indians and 1 Sri Lankan cricketers make their debuts in the DLF Indian Premier League in 2009. A grand total of US $ 7.65 million was bid for the 17 new IPL debutants.

To get complete list of players of 2009’s IPL auction result (that is Season II IPL : 17 Debutant Players Auction Result list) with the players speciality, base price, final price and all the news that was happened in the IPL auction visit the following sites.

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