New Delhi: The ball used on June 16 for the World Cup match between India and Pakistan has been sold for Rs 1.5 lakh. According a officialmemorabilia.com, which is selling memorabilia related to the ongoing World Cup, the ball has been sold for $2,150.
The coin used for the toss in the India-Pakistan match has been sold for $1,450 while the scoresheet has fetched $1,100.
Off all the WC memorabilia being sold in the website, 27 are related to matches involving India. But only three of them are still available for sale — the scoresheet ($400), the coin used for the toss ($350) and the match ball ($850) used during the semifinal agaisnt New Zealand.
OfficialMemorabilia.com is an official partner of the International Cricket Council (ICC). IANS