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Harbhajan Singh recalls Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds on his sudden demise

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By Ritika Nath
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Harbhajan Singh recalls Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds on his sudden demise
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Harbhajan Singh on Andrew Symonds death: Andrew Symonds , a former all-rounder who died in a car accident on Saturday night, was another devastating loss for Australian cricket. "I recalled something that happened in Chandigarh. We went to my friend's house after winning a game. For the first time, we hugged and apologised to each other there" says Harbhajan Singh. publive-image Symonds was widely regarded as one of the best all-rounders of his era, and he was one of the few players during his prime years in international cricket who helped revolutionise batting with his remarkable power-hitting ability. He played in 198 One-Day Internationals, 26 Tests, and 14 Twenty20 Internationals for Australia. During their playing days, Symonds and Harbhajan had a lot of conflicts.
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ALSO READ: Akshay Kumar tests Covid-19 positive, not to be part of Cannes Film Festival 2022 publive-image "I recalled something that happened in Chandigarh. We went to my friend's house after winning a game. For the first time, we hugged and apologised to each other there. We believed the problem could have been resolved more calmly. We both felt terrible. "A lot of my Mumbai Indian friends took photos of that occasion," says Harbhajan Singh. Symonds was also a great fielder, leading Australia win back-to-back 50-over World Cups in 2003 and 2007. publive-image Despite their hatred, Symonds and Harbhajan reconciled and played together in the Indian Premier League, with the Australian retiring as a respected television commentator. ALSO READ: Punjabi singer Kamal Khaira arrested in Chandigarh; here’s why
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