Andrew Symonds handed away on the age of 46 in a automotive accident in Australia. He is survived by his spouse Laura and his two youngsters, Chloe and Billy.
Andrew Symonds en route his 143* in opposition to Pakistan in 2003 World Cup. (Courtesy: Reuters)
HIGHLIGHTSAndrew Symonds was killed in a automotive accident in AustraliaCricket Australia confirmed the information of his departure early on SundayAndrew Symonds received two World Cups with Australia
Australian cricketing legend Andrew Symonds handed away on Saturday night time, 14 May after being concerned in a automotive accident. Symonds’ automotive rolled off the highway and the cricketer died of his accidents regardless of the medical crew’s finest makes an attempt to revive him, reported the Queensland Police.
Tributes poured in from all internationally for the center order swashbuckler, who in some ways outlined the function of a all-rounder bundle in world cricket in the course of the mid 2000s. Symonds was an influence participant for Australia and had the flexibility to take aside any bowling line-up on the planet. Not solely was he efficient as a batsman, but in addition as a bowler and a fielder.
Symonds’ brilliance confirmed on the sphere within the 2003 Cricket World Cup in opposition to Pakistan. Symonds’ choice within the Australian World Cup had come underneath immense scrutiny given the best hander had nothing to indicate for when it comes to runs within the run as much as the worldwide event. However, the 28-year-old confirmed what he was able to within the very first match of the event in opposition to Pakistan, hitting a shocking 143 runs of simply 125 balls.
Under strain, each from the media and within the match, Symonds rescued Australia from 86/4 to placed on a mammoth 310 runs by the tip of the innings that will seal the destiny of the sport. A coming of age innings from the right-hander can even set the tone for the World Cup marketing campaign which they might later win in opposition to India within the last.
As we mourn the lack of former Australian all-rounder Andrew Symonds, we have a look again to his super 143* in opposition to Pakistan on the 2003 World Cup.#RIPRoy pic.twitter.com/oyoH7idzkb
— ICC (@ICC) May 15, 2022