Vivo Indian Premier League IPL 2020 Players Auction Sheldon Cottrell Punjab bought for 8.50 crores: IPL-2020 auction in Kolkata. Punjabi made the next bet after Glenn Maxwell, following West Indies' fast bowler Sheldon Cottrell. Punjab bought at 8.50 crores. He will play for the first time on the IPL. Kings XI Punjab also has an explosive hitter Chris Gayle. Sheldon Cottrell is also known for its salon-style celebrations. His idea of salute after taking the turnstile remains on the headline. Cottrell has secured 38 turnstiles in 28 ODIs and 30 turnstiles in 22 T20s.
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Caribbean Boller Sheldon Cottrell's celebration style was worth seeing in a World Cup game between Nottingham and the West Indians. When Sheldon Cottrell captured David Warner's wicket in this game, he set in army style. From then on, he salutes every time you open a wicket. The Caribbean player made his debut in the West Indies in 2015.
Cottrell talked about his interesting style and said that he was an army soldier, doing this to honor the army.
“ It's a military style salute, '' Cottrell said. I am a professional soldier. I show my respect for the Jamaican National Guard by salute. “ I salute every time I get a ticket gate, '' says Cottrell. When I trained for the army, during that time I practiced six months of marches and salutes.
Caribbean fast bowler Sheldon Cottrell was also very happy with Mahendra Singh Dhoni's patriotism. Cottrell appointed Mahendra Singh Dhoni as lieutenant colonel of the Indian territorial army, praising him as a true patriot.
A total of 73 players will be purchased at this auction, and only 29 of them will be foreigners. The two highest priced crusader brackets have 7 players, one half join bracket has 10 players and one crusader bracket has 23 players. The uncatched list of players includes 20 racks of 183 players, 40 racks of 7 players, and 30 rack rupees of 8 players.
Post Vivo Indians Premier League IPL 2020 player auction Sheldon Cottrell Punjab first appeared on live Indian news for 8.50 crores.