England cricketer Moeen Ali donates his shirt for COVID-19 relief in Pakistan

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Stepping forward to help relief efforts initiated by Pakistan Tennis Star Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi, England Cricketer Moeen Ali has donated his shirt for the COVID-19 relief efforts in Pakistan.

Moeen Ali has donated his Multan Sultan’s shirt for relief efforts campaign ‘Star Against Hunger’.

Aisam took to Twitter to reveal that Moeen has presented his Multan Sultans’s shirt for auction. The raised money will be used to help needy families effected by widely-spread COVID-19 in Pakistan.

“Thank you Moeen Bhai for joining my #StarsAgainstHunger movement. Moeen Bhai is the all-rounder International cricketer who has generously donated his “Shirt” which he wore during the PSL season 5 for his team Multan Sultans. Join the movement for a #HungerFreePakistan,” Aisam Tweeted.

Earlier, Pakistan cricket stars including Shoiab Akhtar, Wasim Akram, Mushtaq Ahmed, and other sportsmen have also contributed to Asiam’s campaign.