Lahore: Pakistan’s Test captain Azhar Ali’s triple-century bat and Champions Trophy’s shirt have been auctioned, ARY Sports reported today.
The 35-year-old last week announced to auction his memorabilia in order to gather money which will be utilized in helping needy people during the current situation.
The bat got auctioned for 1 million rupees to an Indian museum whereas Kash Villani from California got the Champions Trophy shirt for 1.1 million rupees. Jamal Khan of New Jersey had announced to donate 10% of the highest bid for the shirt.
I would like 2 announce the winners of auction @BladesOf_Glory got the bat for 1 million and Mr Kash Villani from California got the CT shirt for 1.1 million congrats and thank u 4 your support.Also like to thank Mr Jamal khan from new jursey who donated 10% of the highest bid.
— Azhar Ali (@AzharAli_) May 6, 2020
“A total of 2.2 million have been raised through the auction process. I will directly help the victims of coronavirus. I will try to reach out to deserving people associated with sports too,” said Azhar Ali.