Mumbai Indians do well to retain Krunal Pandya

Updated: Jan 28, 2018, 09:48 IST | Harit N Joshi

When Mumbai Indians did not use their Right To Match card for Jos Buttler, it became quite obvious that it will be utilised for Krunal Pandya, elder brother of Hardik, who was retained by MI

Krunal Pandyas
Krunal Pandya

When Mumbai Indians did not use their Right To Match card for Jos Buttler, it became quite obvious that it will be utilised for Krunal Pandya, elder brother of Hardik, who was retained by MI. When the fierce bidding stopped at R8.8 crore for the uncapped all-rounder, MI had no hesitation in using their last RTM to match Royal Challengers Bangalore's bid. In the process, Pandya became the most expensive uncapped player in IPL.

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