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Buttler auctioning World Cup final shirt to raise money for coronavirus fight

BBC News Tuesday, 31 March 2020
England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler puts the shirt he wore in last summer's World Cup final victory up for auction to raise money for two hospitals.
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