Bangladesh star batsman Mushfiqur Rahim had enlisted Bangladesh's first Test twofold century, during a Test coordinate against Sri Lanka at Galle in 2013.
Coronavirus: Mushfiq to put twofold ton bat available to be purchased
Presently "Mr Dependable" has chosen to put his pre-owned bat available to be purchased in an offer to help the less special during the coronavirus emergency.
"The bat is exceptional. My name is appended to a bit of history on account of that bat. Nobody else can turn into the principal twofold centurion," said Mushfiqur to the media on Sunday.
"I am going to put the bat I used to hit my initial 200 available to be purchased. I am considering selling it carefully. We should perceive what courses of action can be made. I will demand each and every individual who can oversee, to partake in the closeout and offer a significant expense for the bat which is entirely important to me. The cash from the bat will be utilized completely to assist the penniless. I am requesting that everybody raise the cost however much as could reasonably be expected," the right-gave batsman asked.
As of late England wicket-guardian Jos Buttler sold his pullover, which he wore while finishing the last-ball run-out that saw England beat New Zealand at Lord's last year's World Cup last, to fund-raise for battling coronavirus.