Bangladesh senior wicketkeeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim has introduced his public sale for the battle towards the Kovid-19 pandemic. Rahim is providing his bat for the public sale from which he scored his first double century within the Gaul Test towards Sri Lanka in 2013.
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Butler's jersey was auctioned for 65,100 kilos.
Speaking to Bengali newspaper Pratham Aloe, Rahim mentioned, "With which I hit a double century, I am giving that bat for auction. It will be put up for online auction, so let's see what happens."
The Bangladeshi participant additional mentioned, "I urge everyone to increase the bat price to the best of their ability as the money that will be spent will be spent solely to help the poor people."
In reality, Mushfiqur's announcement was influenced by senior all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan's assertion that he had requested all his fellow gamers to public sale their bat, jersey or different tools to assist the needy on this tough time.