KL Rahul auctioning his gloves, pads, helmet, and a bat which he used to play during World Cup 2019.Click To Tweet
KL Rahul puts up his bat for the auction to raise funds. India’s Superstar batsman KL Rahul decides to auction his bat to raise funds for helping unprivileged children.
Rahul has joined the list of cricketers who have to step us to raise funds in the fight with novel Coronavirus.
KL Rahul will be auctioning his batting gloves and pads, helmet, a bat he used in the previous World Cup and a jersey from each format of the game.
KL Rahul funds raising will go in the charity that works with unprivileged children.
Rahul announced auctioning his cricket accessories on his birthday, Saturday via the Bharat Army, the India supporters group, saying that it couldn’t better to do it at this time.
KL Rahul puts up his bat for the auction to raise funds:
“Go on check out the auction and show some love for me and the children and let’s stay strong together during this difficult time and all of us will come out of this stronger,” Rahul said in a video message.
Many cricketers around the globe step up to raise funds in the fight with COVID-19. Many Indians and other players helping with the best possible way to help at this time.
Mushfiqur Rahim puts his bat for auction:
Bangladesh batsman Mushfiqur Rahim has decided to auction his bat to help in the fight with COVID-19.
Mushfiqur Rahim’s bat is the one with which he made his first double ton against Sri Lanka in Galle in 2013.
Rahim informed the world by tweeting about this, he wrote, “I am putting up the bat with which I made a double hundred for auction,” Mushfiqur told the Dhaka-based Bengali daily 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.”
Mushfiqur Rahim’s announcement comes after Shakib Al Hasan urged his teammate to auction his crickets accessories like bats, jersey, and other equipment to raise funds in the fight with COVID-19.