Kane Williamson, the New Zealand Cricket team captain, donated his t-shirt to Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) Museum after Ajaz Patel’s contribution to the cricket depository.
Ajaz Patel, a New Zealand left-arm spinner, bagged a record of taking 10 wickets in the second test match against India in the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. After the game, he donated his ball to the MCA for its upcoming cricket museum in the city. Patel created history and became the third bowler to take 10 wickets in a single test inning.
Kane Williamson, who couldn’t play that match due to a severe elbow injury, donated the jersey from his past match to the association.
“After we requested the New Zealand media manager Willy Nicholls to ask his team if they can give us some memorabilia for our upcoming museum, Williamson was kind enough to provide us with his autographed T-Shirt. It’s a lovely gesture from him,” a spokesperson from MCA said.