Tim Southee to auction off the WTC final jersey for a seven-year-old girl battling cancer

New Zealand cricketer Tim Southee has decided to auction off his World Test Championship final jersey for a special purpose. In this historic match, Saudi played a key role in the eight-wicket win over India. This is the first time the Kiwis have won the ICC Trophy in 21 years. The jersey has the signature of all the players on the team. Saudi wins your heart because he decided to auction his jersey. In fact a one-year-old girl is battling a rare form of cancer called Holly BT Neuroblastoma. BT has been fighting the disease since July 2018. Despite two years of treatment, BT has not yet fully recovered.

Beatty underwent surgery last September in a tumor about three centimeters from her brain. After this, BT’s family members became very upset because it was necessary to begin their treatment immediately after surgery. Some treatments will be held in New Zealand, while others will have to travel to BT Spain. The overall cost of treatment is very high. Tim Southee said on Instagram that he will be auctioning the jersey of the World Test Championship final for this purpose. Saudi said he learned about BT’s condition through the cricket community.

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The final of the World Test Championship was played between June 18 and June 23 in Southampton between India and New Zealand. The entire game was washed out in the rain for two days, then the result of the match came on the reserve day. Southee took the wicket in the first innings and scored a decisive 30 with the bat, giving New Zealand its first first innings lead against India. Saudi took four wickets in the second innings. South Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Mohammad Shami and Jaspreet Bumrah took wickets in the second innings.

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