Jos Buttler Sells His World Cup Shirt For Over £65,000 To Raise Fund For Corona Virus Fight

England’s wicket keeper sells his World Cup Final shirt for £65,100 to help fight against world pandemic Corona Virus.

On 1st April, Jos Buttler twitted that he will be auctioning his World Cup Final Shirt to help Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals charity. This two hospital is been dealing with corona virus patients.

Last week he has kept his shirt in e-Bay for auction and 29 years-old won the shirt with highest bid.

The Shirt is autographed by the all members of the Winning Squad of WC 2019. Jos Buttler mentioned that the pale blue kit smells sweat, beer and champagne, the new owner can take just one sniff to check if it is real.

Buttler also mentioned that his shirt carries the best memory of his life, when he stumped out New Zealand Opener Martin Guptill in the dramatical super over of WC 2019.

Jos Buttler stumping out Martin Guptill in WC 2019 Final.

Talking with media he also expressed that he wants to play indoor match so that his fan can enjoy from home.


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