English wicketkeeper batsman Jos Buttler gave the jersey worn within the ICC World Cup 2019 last for public sale to assist hospitals treating folks contaminated with coronaviruses.
Butler stated in a video posted on social media on Tuesday that his jersey is signed by all members of the World Cup profitable crew and is being auctioned on eBay. The proceeds from this may go to the Royal Brompton & Hairfield Hospital charity.
He stated, "We all know that hospitals, physicians, nurses and the NHS (National Health Service) have been their invaluable contributions presently. <! –
They will want increasingly more assist within the coming time. ''
I'm going to be auctioning my World Cup last shirt to lift funds for the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals charity. Last week they launched an emergency attraction to offer life saving gear to assist these affected in the course of the Covid-19 outbreak. Link to public sale in my bio. pic.twitter.com/ODN9JY4pk1
– Jos Buttler (@josbuttler) March 31, 2020
Butler performed a key position in England's thrilling win in New Zealand's last towards New Zealand in July. Buttler had scored a half-century after which batted within the tremendous over. Also, the final ball of the match, Martin Guptill was run out by Butler.
The 29-year-old wicket-keeper batsman stated, "Last week, the Royal Brompton and Hairfield Hospital charity appealed to provide necessary equipment to two hospitals involving lung and heart diseases to prepare for Kovid-19 survival." As a part of his effort to lift funds for that, I’m auctioning my shirt that I wore to the World Cup last final 12 months. It is signed by all of the gamers in that crew. ''
British tv celeb Pierce Morgan bid for £ 10,000. By the time the information was written, 160 bids had been made on Butler's jersey and the quantity had reached 65,900 kilos. April 7 is the final day to bid.