Former Australian legend Andrew Symonds has died in a car accident. World cricket expressed its sorrow following Symonds’ death. 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 both for his performance and for the controversies.
Rajasthan Royals spinner Yuzvendra Chahal recently made a revelation related to Symonds. Chahal had said that when he was part of the Mumbai Indians, a player hung him from the 15th floor. This was not the first time that Chahal had been subjected to such abuse while he was in Mumbai. Recently on the RCB podcast, Chahal recalled an incident he named Andrew Symonds and James Franklin from Australia. Chahal had said that these two players tied my hands and feet and put duct tape over my mouth and left it overnight.
Yuzvendra Chahal had said: ‘It was after winning the Champions League in a hotel in Chennai in 2011. Symonds drank a lot of ‘fruit juice’, only I was with him. James Franklin and Symonds tied my hands and feet and told me: now you have to open. They were both so amused that they put tape over my mouth and then forgot. The party was over and in the morning when a sweeper came, he saw me and rescued me. He asked me how long I’ve been here like this and I said, ‘Raat se hi’.