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IPL 8: Irfan Pathan set to roar for Chennai Super Kings

IPL 8: Irfan Pathan set to roar for Chennai Super Kings
IPL 2015, Out of Favour Indian all rounder Irfan Pathan set to play for Chennai Super Kings for the upcoming season of Indian Premier League which will start from April 8 and ends on May 24. Chennai Super Kings bought this fast bowling all rounder for 1.5 crore (his base price). “I am very happy to be a part of CSK which is the most successful team in this cash rich tournament. Chennai Super Kings will have more settled atmosphere and I know many players. I am eager to see that how MS Dhoni will use me in the team. I had a good Ranji season and hopeful of continuing in Indian premier league too.” said Pathan. Earlier Pathan played for Kings XI Punjab, Delhi Daredevils and Sunrisers Hyderabad. He played last for Indian in 2012 T20 WC. He is confident at making come back to national team with IPL


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