Updated: April 28, 2020 10:08:48 pm
Pakistan cricketer Azhar Ali will public sale his bat that he used throughout his unbeaten 302 in opposition to West Indies to increase funds within the fight in opposition to Covid-19. Along with the bat, the 35-year-old may also public sale his 2017 Champions Trophy jersey.
Ali described each as his ‘closest belongings’ and set 10 lakh Pakistan rupees every as the bottom worth of the gadgets for the public sale, which ends on May 5. The jersey additionally has the autograph of all the Pakistan squad, which defeated India by 180 runs within the summit conflict.
“I put 2 of my closest belongings on auction with base price of 1 million PKR each to support people suffering due to ongoing crisis. Auction starts now & will close on 11:59PM 05May20,” he wrote on Twitter.
I put 2 of my closest belongings on public sale with base worth of 1 million PKR every to help People struggling due to ongoing disaster. Auction begins now & will shut on 11:59PM 05May20. To place bid, textual content/whatsapp on +923228485173, or msg on my twitter. pic.twitter.com/7BJviamP88
— Azhar Ali (@AzharAli_) April 28, 2020
Ali is the primary worldwide cricketer to hit a triple century in Day/Night Test when he scored an unbeaten 302 in opposition to the West Indies workforce in UAE in 2016.
“The shirt is from 2017 Champions Trophy which we won, it has the signature of all the players which were present in the squad,” Ali mentioned in a video posted on Twitter. “Both these things are close to my heart but if it can be used in the difficult times for the benefit of the people I will more than happy,” he added.
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