The entire world is contributing to various charities fetching to fulfil the needs of the underprivileged ones who are majorly suffering from the outbreak of COVID-19. Lending his support once again in this time of crisis is an Indian cricket player and captain Virat Kohli. Kudos to this gem of the cricketing world who is not leaving any stone unturned in supporting the nation in these dark times. The ace player has decided to auction his iconic bat, gloves, t-shirt to raise funds along with South African cricket player AB De Villiers.
Virat re-posted AB de Villiers’ post which gave all the deets about the cricket match they played together like a rock-solid team for RCB. The duo had played against Gujarat Lions in IPL tournament 2016, as they played for Royal Challengers Bangalore. The South African player in his post also mentioned about his solid partnership with Virat where they scored 229 runs in 96 balls, ultimately winning the match against Gujarat Lions by 144 runs. The post also carried a picture from the field where the two soaked in the celebration by hugging each other.
Virat’s hand gloves and bat's pictures are posted, as well as Virat holding the bat with a broad smile. Read his post below
The funds raised with the auction of these things of these players will be divided equally in between two countries – South Africa and India’s charities working towards the needy ones during this time of crisis. ALSO READ: Virat Kohli Mercilessly TROLLED By English Cricketer Kevin Pietersen For His Shaving Video
AB de Villiers in his post has also mentioned of this auction coming to an end on May 10, 2020, post which he shall personally get in touch with the winners and look into the process of dispatching the accessories to them. ALSO READ: Virat Kohli Shares A Loved Up Picture With Anushka Sharma On His Insta, With A Thought-Provoking Caption
Image Source: Instagram/virat.kohli
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