Ravi Shastri paid Rs1.2 crore for 3 months, domestic players get match fee
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been paid Rs5,788,373 by BCCI as a share of gross revenue from the international tournaments held outside India
New Delhi: Chief coach Ravi Shastri was paid a little over Rs1.20 crore for his services during the first three months of his new tenure with the Indian cricket team.
Shastri was back as the chief coach in July this year and has since been paid Rs12,087,187 for a three-month period between 18 July to 18 October, according to the BCCI website.
Former skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni was paid Rs5,788,373 as a share of gross revenue from the international tournaments held outside India.
In what would be a good news for those who play domestic cricket for Delhi, the BCCI reimbursed Ranji Trophy and Vijay Hazare Trophy match fee to the tune of of Rs6,935,141 and Rs5,679,641 respectively.
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