Even after death, Symond remains alive in the heart of fans

With the death news of Champion all-rounder, Andrew Symonds there is a wave of sadness spreading in the cricket world. Australian all-rounder cricketer Andrew Symonds died in a  tragic car accident. Former all-rounder expired at the age of 46, near Queensland. The investigation is still underway and the whole country is paying tribute to the champion.

Symonds is the third Australian cricketer who died this year following the death of Shane Warne and Rob Marsh. Symonds was 46 years old when he died, he was driving Hervey Range Road near the River Bridge.

Regarding the late Andrew Symonds, a couple witnessed that they both tried hard to save the life of Symond’s.  The statement by the couple stated, that they saw Symond’s car two minutes after the crash. But when they went near the car and saw him and took him out of the car at that time 46-year-old former cricketer was so unconscious, not responsive, and had no pulse.

The two dogs of Andrew were also there in the car and they both astonishingly survived, told the witness. The legend has the counting as one of the world’s best all-rounders. Andrew Symonds was one of those players who took the most wicket in one-day matches like 5000(5088) and 100(133). His international cricket started in the year of 1998 and ended in 2009.

The legend created many records on the cricket field; he was selected two times for the world championship in cricket. Against Pakistan, in a world cup match, he played 126 balls and earn 143 runs. In the years 2003 and 2007, he was a member of the Australian world cup team.

For more than 20 years the legend carried a world record. Andrew Symonds started his career by entering his domestic debut in Australia but he made a world record in England. At that match, Symond earn 254 runs in which there were 16 sixers but Newziland player Calon Manro broke this record, Symonds.

After Symonds’s death, fans are dishearted and many cricketers pay their condolences through Twitter. Blockbuster batsman Sachin Tendulkar wrote for the same, that ‘’ Andrew Symond’s demise is shocking news for all of us to absorb. Not only was he a brilliant all-rounder, but also a live-wire on the field. I have fond memories of the time we spent together in Mumbai Indians

May his soul rest in peace, and condolences to his family &Friends’’. 


By TIS Staffer
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