Written byParth Dhall ·
His motive is to raise funds for a couple of London-based hospitals in the wake of coronavirus pandemic.
England beat New Zealand through Super Over (boundary count) in an exhilarating final on July 14 at Lord's.
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"I'm going to be auctioning my World Cup Final shirt to raise funds for the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals charity. Last week they launched an emergency appeal to provide life-saving equipment to help those affected during the COVID-19 outbreak," Buttler's caption on Twitter read.
The statement stated that it will also provide storage areas for the Wellington Hospital.
"MCC has provided 75 parking space at Lord's for staff in Wellington Hospital, University College Hospital, and the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth."
England Test captain Joe Root, in an open letter, urged the people to unite in order to fight against the deadly COVID-19.
He also asserted that unity is not always showing presence physically.
"Social distancing may mean that we can't come together in a physical sense, but our strength lies in our communities coming together to help one another," he said.
UK have reported over 1,700 deaths so far with nearly 25,200 cases of coronavirus.
Britain's Prince Charles was recently tested positive after displaying mild symptoms.
A number of nations including India have been thrust into complete lockdown.
The Australian government had earlier sealed the international borders with Prime Minister Scott Morrison imposing an "indefinite" travel restriction.
Meanwhile, the global death toll has crossed 40,000.
I’m going to be auctioning my World Cup Final shirt to raise funds for the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals charity. Last week they launched an emergency appeal to provide life saving equipment to help those affected during the Covid-19 outbreak. Link to auction in my bio. pic.twitter.com/ODN9JY4pk1— Jos Buttler (@josbuttler) March 31, 2020
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