Jos Buttler had run out of New Zealand’s Martin Guptill during the Super Over in the World Cup final and put England in the World Cup trophy.
COVID-19: England’s wicketkeeper-batsman Jose Butler played a key role in making his country the first world champion. On 14 July last year, in the final played at Lord’s, he dismissed Martin Guptill and lifted the ODI World Cup trophy to England. The cricketer is now in self-isolation after England’s lockdown due to coronavirus. They are also trying to help the victims of this epidemic.
In this sequence, he has decided to auction his World Cup jersey to raise funds. The 29-year-old cricketer showed his World Cup jersey in the video. This jersey is signed by all members of the World Cup winning team. E-commerce company eBay has been entrusted with the responsibility of auctioning it.
Not only this, Jos Buttler has also asked to retweet his post to Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli. He has also requested Virat Kohli to retweet the highest wicket-taker for Australia, Shane Warne, Steve Smith, Sam Billings and current World Cup winning captain Eoin Morgan.
Jose Butler said in the video posted on Twitter, “I am auctioning my jersey for the World Cup final. The proceeds from this will be given to Royal Brompton and Harryfield Hospital Hospitals. Last week, these hospitals demanded to provide life saving equipment (equipment) to fight Kovid-19 (Coronavirus).’
The initial price on the official posting on eBay of Jersey has been kept at 10 thousand pounds. The auction is scheduled for 7 days. eBay posted the caption on the jersey post, wearing the wicketkeeping jersey of Jose Butler, which he won the World Cup at Lord’s.
As you can see Jose Butler has a real jersey. There will also be a certificate of Phoenix Management. This Jersey holds significant memories of Jose’s life. It is expected that it will be able to raise huge funds to save the lives of hospitals and people. ‘