Kane Williamson donates New Zealand T-shirt for MCA museum | Cricket News – Times of India

MUMBAI: The New Zealanders have donated generously to the Mumbai Cricket Association’s (MCA) planned museum. While left-arm Ajaz Patel gave his the ball with which he achieved his historic 10-wicket haul in the second Test against India at the Wankhede Stadium and his match shirt too, captain Kane Williamson, who missed the game due to a recurring elbow injury, donated his T-shirt that he wore in the recently-held series to the cricket body.
“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 Tshirt. It’s a lovely gesture from him,” a source in the MCA told TOI.
On Tuesday, a day after the Wankhede Test, Patel said he didn’t mind parting with the ball with which he created history for the MCA’s cause. “It’s a special bit of memorabilia for them to be able to keep here. It’s special for me as well to leave something behind in Mumbai with my name on it. Because anyone who sees it will know that I’ve been here and achieved something,” said the left-arm spinner.

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