IPL 7 Auction: Pragyan Ojha bought back by Mumbai Indians for INR 3.25 crores
Mumbai Indians have used ‘Right to Match’ card in buying back Pragyan Ojha.
Pragyan Ojha © Getty Images
Feb 12, 2014
Mumbai Indians (MI) have bought back India left arm spinner Pragyan Ojha for a fee of INR 3.25 crores in the 2014 Indian Premier League (IPL) auctions.
Mumbai had competition from the Delhi Dare Devils (DD) in buying Ojha, and the former have used their ‘Right to Match’ card in successfully capturing the spin bowler.
Ojha who has previously played for the Deccan Chargers (DC), may turn out to be a smart pick for Mumbai, who can use his guile in the bowling department.
Ojha has previously had a successful stint in the IPL with Deccan from 2008-2011 and he also won the title with them in the 2009 season.
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