Andrew Symonds Career Records: Former Australia legend Andrew Symonds died in a car accident. World cricket expressed grief after the death of Symonds. Australian cricket has lost three great players in the last three months. Shane Warne and Rhode Marsh died in March before Symonds. If we talk about Symonds, then he has been a very popular player. Simmonds has been in the news for his performance as well as due to controversies.

Symonds, who was the best all-rounder player in world cricket, played the first international match of his career against Pakistan in November 1998. He did not get a chance to bat in this ODI match. At the same time, he was given 2 overs to bowl. In this he could not take wickets. After this, Symonds was run out after scoring 8 runs in the second ODI of his career. But his bat ran in the third match. He scored an unbeaten 68. Symonds got the first ODI wicket in the third match. In this match played against India, he gave 25 runs in 7 overs. He played the last ODI of his career against Pakistan in May 2009.

Symonds’ Test career did not last long. He played the debut test match against Sri Lanka in March 2004. He got out on zero in the first innings of this match. While scored 24 runs in the second innings. He got a wicket in the first innings of this match. Symonds last played Test match against South Africa in December 2008.

If we look at Symonds’s overall career, he has been effective. He has scored 5088 runs in 198 ODI matches. During this he has also taken 133 wickets. While 1462 runs have been scored in 26 test matches. Symonds has taken 24 wickets in Test matches. He has had a strong performance in domestic matches. Symonds has scored 11099 runs in 424 matches of List A. While 14477 runs have been scored in 376 innings of first class matches. He has taken 282 wickets in List A and 242 wickets in First Class matches.

Also read: Symonds Death Cricketers Reactions: World Cricket expressed grief over the death of Symonds, see who did the tweet

Symonds Death: Andrew Symonds died after Marsh-Warne, Australia lost 3 legendary cricketers in the last 3 months

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.