Jos Buttler is auctioning the shirt he wore in England’s unforgettable 2019 World Cup win. All the money raised will go to the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals Charity.
Royal Brompton and Harefield hospitals are at the forefront in the treatment of heart and lung disease.
The staff at both hospitals are now on the frontline battling for those infected with Covid-19.
The ebay auction for Jos’ signed shirt started on 31 March. A staggering 160 bids have been made in less than 24 hours. The current highest bid stands at a breath-taking £65,900.00.
The auction ends on 7 April.
On Twitter, Jos tweeted that he was “blown away by the show of support for this (auction) and the quite incredible bids so far for my World Cup Final shirt.”
The highest bidder in the auction will take possession of an iconic shirt from a match that has already been written into the history of English cricket.
A letter of authenticity will be provided by Phoenix Management Group.
All the bids can be followed HERE.
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