New Zealand pacer Adam Milne bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 3.20 crore. His base price was Rs 50 lakh.

PTI | Chennai | Updated: 18-02-2021 16:35 IST | Created: 18-02-2021 16:35 IST
New Zealand pacer Adam Milne bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 3.20 crore. His base price was Rs 50 lakh.

New Zealand pacer Adam Milne bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 3.20 crore. His base price was Rs 50 lakh.

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