Zimbabwe’s Ryan Burl pleads for sponsorship, gets a response from Puma
Zimbabwe batsman Ryan Burl took to the blogging platform Twitter on Saturday to look for sponsorship for his team by posting a photograph of destroyed shoes.
The 27-year-old tagged sports manufacturer New Balance in his post on Twitter and stated, “Any possibility we can get a support so we don’t need to stick our shoes back after each series?”
Burl’s tweet was seen by leading sports manufacturer Puma as the brand reacted on Twitter. “Time to put the glue away, I got you covered,” Puma answered to the tweet.
Burl expressed gratitude toward fans on Twitter reporting that he will join the Puma group.
Because of monetary limitations and poor on-field exhibitions, Zimbabwe has been on a descending twisting for quite a while. Recently, they lost a Test series at their home 0-2 to Pakistan with innings rout in the two matches.
Concerning Burl, he was most recently seen on the field on April 25, in the third T20I among Zimbabwe and Pakistan. Despite the fact that he didn’t bat around there, he parted with 33 runs in four overs with the ball.
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Burl has played three Tests, 18 ODIs, and 25 T20Is since making his international debut in 2017. A handy middle-order batsman and furthermore a very useful leg-spinner, he has scored a joined 660 runs in all international formats.