Former New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns has been admitted to a hospital in Canberra, Australia, after fainting. He is on a life support system and his condition remains critical. New Zealand media shared this information on Tuesday.
Former New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns is in critical condition. He has been placed on a life support system at a hospital in Australia. According to media reports, the lining of the main artery of the 51-year-old Cranes ruptured. He was admitted to a Canberra hospital last week and has undergone several surgeries. But his health did not improve. He has since been placed on a life support system. He was also accused of match-fixing. As a result, her financial situation deteriorated and she had to wash the bus. Cairns is currently in a Canberra hospital.
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But they will be sent to Sydney soon. The all-rounder has played 62 Tests and 215 ODIs for New Zealand. He was also named one of Wisden’s 5 Player of the Year in 2000. He was considered one of the best all-rounders in the world. In 2004, he became the sixth all-rounder to score 200 wickets and 3,000 runs.
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