During this Corona virus pandemic situation in the world, cricketers around the world have been doing their bit in the fight against the pandemic putting up their respective equipment for auction.
Bangladesh all-time best ODI captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has put his bracelet, which he has worn for 18 years on auction to raise fund to help people hit hard by the Corona virus pandemic.
The auction will be organized by the Auction 4 Action, and it will run till Sunday 10:30pm.
Mashrafe is working there to eradicate the corona and stand by the affected people. He is active in preventing corona in his birthplace Narail and constituency. Doing everything possible, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza is continuing his charity and social works to support the country’s Corona virus victims.
Earlier, Mashrafe helped 1,200 families by providing them with food and groceries. He also provided 500 PPEs (personal protective equipment) for the health-workers of Narail in addition to donating his half- month salary for the Corona virus victims along with other national coloured cricketers.
Superstars like Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Soumya Sarkar, one of the most informative performers of the time, Mosaddek Hossain Saikat and Naeem Sheikh, who suddenly appeared in the middle of the day, have also auctioned their bats. World-winning youth team captain Akbar Ali also auctioned off his jersey and gloves. Everyone has the same goal, to help the people affected by the Corona.