England's Jose Butler is auctioning his T-shirt worn in the World Cup final last year to help hospitals treating people suffering from the Coronavirus. The 29-year-old wicket-keeper batsman played a key role in England's thrilling win against New Zealand in the final played at Lord's in July.
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He scored a half-century and then batted in the super over. Apart from this, he dismissed Martin Guptill on the last ball of the match. Butler said in a video posted on social media on Tuesday that this jersey is signed by all the members of the World Cup-winning team and it is being auctioned on eBay.
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The proceeds from this will go to the Royal Brampton & Hairfield Hospital charity. He said that everyone knows that at this time hospitals, doctors, nurses and the NHS (National Health Service) have been his invaluable contribution. They will need more and more support in the coming time.
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Butler said last week the Royal Brampton & Hairfield Hospital charity had made an emergency appeal to provide lifesaving equipment to two hospitals involving lung and heart diseases to prepare for Kovid-19 survival. He said that as part of his effort to raise funds, I am auctioning my shirt which I wore in the World Cup final last year. It is signed by all the players in that team. British television celebrity Pierce Morgan bid 10,000 pounds on it, but soon it crossed 12,000 pounds.