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Australia’s cricketers team up to join India’s Covid-19 fight

Several Australian cricketers like Pat Cummins, Brett Lee, Alyssa Healy, Michael Hussey, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc, Meg Lanning, Allan Border, Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, and Rachel Haynes are seen appealing for people to donate to UNICEF Australia to help India.

By: Sports Desk |
May 12, 2021 5:53:52 pm
Steve Smith and Mitchell Starc (File Photo/AFP)

Top Australian cricketers like men’s team legends Alan Border, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc and women’s team legends like Elysse Perry and Meg Lanning have united in a plea for help towards UNICEF Australia’s efforts to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic in India.

Saying that UNICEF Australia are on the ground in India at the moment fighting the second Covid-19 wave in India, the cricketers ask for help in UNICEF’s effort.

Australian cricketers were the first to come forward and help out India with Pat Cummins donating $50,000 and Brett Lee donating one Bitcoin (approx. Rs 43 lakhs) to the UNICEF Australia for buying oxygen for the needy.

In a recent effort to garner attention towards India’s fight against COVID-19, several Australian cricketers like Pat Cummins, Brett Lee, Alyssa Healy, Michael Hussey, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc, Meg Lanning, Allan Border, Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, and Rachel Haynes are seen appealing for people to donate to UNICEF Australia to help India.

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