Coronavirus: Jos Buttler auctions off his World Cup final shirt, raises £65,000
Wednesday, 8 April 2020 Extending a helping hand amid the crises, England wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler had auctioned the shirt he wore during the 2019 World Cup finals against New Zealand. He raised more than 65,000 pounds (USD 80,000) for two London-based hospitals to combat COVID-19.
Japan's fairytale run to the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals was a highlight of last year's tournament but with the afterglow all but gone and a coronavirus pandemic forcing the world of sports to a standstill, captain Michael Leitch fears not enough is being done to secure the Brave Blossoms a place...
England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler has raised more than 65,000 pound (USD 80,000) to help fight the coronavirus by auctioning off his World Cup final shirt.... Mid-Day Also reported by •IndiaTimes •Indian Express