Brett Lee on Andrew Symonds: The legendary Australian multi-skilled Andrew Symonds died in a car crash on Saturday night. Symonds took his last breath at the age of 46. Symonds’ career ended in controversy, as he played 26 Tests, 198 ODIs and 14 T20Is for Australia. Symonds will always regret that her relationship with boyfriend Michael Clarke never got better. The reason for the breakdown of the friendship between the two was to some extent the money received in the IPL. Symonds’ homage continues. Symonds’ teammate and former speed bowler in Australia, Brett Lee, also paid tribute to the legendary multi-level player.
From the Monkey Gate controversy to alcoholism, Andrew Symonds’ career has been the subject of controversy
Brett Lee also broke his silence on the relationship between Symonds and Clarke and also gave his opinion on the money Symonds will receive in the IPL. It is believed that because of this money, Symonds and Clark’s friendship was broken. Brett Lee played 24 Tests, 135 ODIs and 12 T20 Internationals with Symonds from 2000 to 2009. Brett Lee wrote on Twitter that Symonds is a multi-level player who has never played for money.
After the death of Andrew Symonds, the cricket world grieved, and Shoaib Akhtar and Adam Gilchrist tweeted
He said, ‘I have known Roy (Andrew Symonds) from junior cricket since the age of 17. One of the most talented athletes I have ever seen. He never played for money or fame. All of these things were irrelevant to him. As long as he had a cold beer, Roy was happy. He was chosen for the first time in any team.
Symonds was the best player of his era, playing 26 Tests and 198 one-day internationals for Australia from 1998 to 2009. He was a member of the Australian national team that won the 2003 and 2007 World Cups. In the IPL, he played for the Deccan Chargers and the Mumbai Indians, where he was a part From the Deccan Chargers win in 2009.