Former New Zealand cricketer and arguably one of many best all-rounders the sport has ever seen, Chris Cairns is in serious trouble for the time being. Based on a report in Newshub, Cairns is on life help after struggling a serious medical emergency – an aortic dissection (a tear of the interior layer of the physique’s most important artery) – in Canberra final week.
It has been additional reported that whereas in hospital, Cairns went by means of a number of operations however hasn’t responded and is prone to be transferred to a specialists hospital quickly in Sydney.
Cairns represented New Zealand in 62 Exams, 215 ODIs and a couple of T20Is. The all-rounder scored 3320 runs within the longest format at a median of over 33 and took 218 wickets at a median of simply over 29. In ODIs, Cairns made 4950 runs at 29.46 and took 201 wickets at 32.80.
Cairns was named as one among 5 Wisden Cricketers of the yr in 2000, and he was a invaluable asset within the Kiwi aspect, however his life modified dramatically after he confronted allegations of match-fixing when he performed within the now-defunct Indian Cricket League (ICL) in 2008.
Furthermore, the 51-year-old additionally confronted fixing accusations from fellow cricketers Lou Vincent and Brendon McCullum earlier than he was discovered not responsible of perjury regarding match-fixing allegations throughout a trial in London courtroom in 2015.
It’s being mentioned that preventing in opposition to the allegations by means of numerous authorized battles value Cairns loads of cash, and at one cut-off date, he needed to take up a job with the Auckland Council to drive vehicles and clear bus shelters.
Former Black Caps cricketer and a teammate of Cairns, Andre Adams, reacted to the information and mentioned: “Ideas and prayers are with Chris and his household. Horrid scenario and hoping for the most effective.”
Ideas and prayers are with Chris and his household. Horrid scenario and hoping for the most effective. https://t.co/JySEO0jHBI
— Andre Adams (@AndreAdams) August 10, 2021
Former Indian cricketer VVS Laxman additionally wished Cairns a speedy restoration.
— VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) August 10, 2021