5 IPL cricketers who became rich from poor backgrounds

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Indian Premier League is said to be the World’s richest T20 league in the game. Everything in the game is made with a high standard and the league has its own standard. Of course, there is a huge amount of money involved in the league, where the crores of money are dealing.

The league has a great impact on the Indian domestic players without any doubt. The league helped to identify many hidden talents from various parts of the country. In fact, it has changed the livelihood of many young aspiring cricketers, who were in a stable where they couldn’t afford to buy their sports shoes.

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Let’s have a look at such five cricketers whose livelihood is changed a lot due to the league.

1. Pandya brothers

 Hardik with his brother Krunal

Mumbai Indians players Hardik Pandya and Krunal Pandya are the best examples to show the talents produced by the league. Both of them came from nowhere and now they have turned out to be the leading all-rounder in world cricket.

Initially, Hardik Pandya was bought for the base price of 10 lakhs INR by Mumbai Indians. In the next year, his brother Krunal Pandya was bought for an astonishing INR 2 Crores. Now both the players are in the top five highest-paid players of the franchise. Their father ran a small car-finance business, where they faced many challenges with their livelihood.

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