Published: April 20, 2020 10:49:46 am
Bangladesh wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim has determined to auction his bat, with which he scored a double hundred in opposition to Sri Lanka in 2013, to increase funds for the Covid-19 relief work in his nation.
“I am putting up the bat with which I made a double hundred for auction,” Mushfiqur advised the Dhaka-based Bengali every day ‘Prothom Alo’.
“It will be put up online, so let’s see how we can go about it. I urge everyone with the ability to push up the price of the bat since the proceeds will be spent entirely for the poor people.”
More than 2000 have examined constructive for coronavirus in Bangladesh.
Last week, star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan had urged his fellow gamers to help the poor by auctioning their tools and jerseys.
This bat may be very valuable to me as I bought my maiden double hundred in Test.Lots of reminiscence is connected with it however determined to auction it for the welfare for my nation males who’re COVID-19 victims.Please come ahead and let me help them. Stay tuned for additional information-MR15 pic.twitter.com/b5RkHF6qlU
— Mushfiqur Rahim (@mushfiqur15) April 19, 2020
England wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler raised 65,000 pounds by auctioning his World Cup final jersey.
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