Movifikur Rahim will donate double century bats to raise funds for Kovid-1 relief


20 April 2020, 11:38 IST changed

Mushfiqur Rahim scored 25 runs against Gael SL in 27“/>
Mushfiqur Rahim scored 200 against Gael SL in 2003

The former Bangladesh Captain, Mushfiqur Rahim Covid-1 has promised to donate the bat the first batsman gave in test format to raise funds for relief.

In the last week of March, it was also reported that several Bangladeshi cricketers were approaching the pool of around two million Bangladesh to spend money for relief funds.

Following the gesture, the right-hander took to Twitter and announced his decision to continue the relief effort and help Bangladesh’s coronavirus victims.

“Of course, the bat is very special to me because it involves history. Not everyone can be the first double centurion for his country. I had a special choice for this bat. But there is nothing more important than human life, and so I have India Today,” said Mushfiqur Rahim. , “Has decided to auction it.”

Mushfiqur Rahim is interested in further donations

Mushfiqur Rahim celebrates his double century“/>
Mushfiqur Rahim celebrates his double century

The wicketkeeper-batsman’s famous double century came on the heels of Sri Lanka in the Twenty20 match. As part of the Sri Lanka tour, his double century in the first Test helped Bangladesh take the lead in the first innings, though the hosts had 5 5/1 runs. Decisions on the Board.

The then skipper’s 122-ball 27, and Mohammad Ashraful (3) and Nasir Hossain (5), were bowled out for 63 runs by a huge margin of 5 runs.

“If I can help one or two of them with this sacrifice, it will be my biggest achievement. If I get a good response at the auction of bats, then I get some more things that I will highlight at the auction.” Don’t think that helping people during their hardships was anything but important.

Mushfiqur Rahim, one of the main formats of Bangladesh since the Lord’s debut against England in 2005, has played 70 Tests, 20 ODIs and 86 T20s for the national team.