England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler has auctioned the jersey he wore during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 final for 65,100 help two London hospitals in their fight against coronavirus.

Buttler broke the stumps to run out Martin Guptill in the Super Over of the final against New Zealand that sealed the result and a maiden ODI world cup trophy for England.

The blue jersey drew a massive response with 82 bids and the winner shelled out 65,100 on eBay before the Tuesday deadline. The money will be donated to Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals Charity – two specialist heart and lung centres who are dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.

In United Kingdom, over 55,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection have been reported so far and more than 6,000 have died to the disease.

Globally, it has infected over 1.4 million people and caused 82,000 deaths so far.