Former New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns is in critical condition and is battling death. Cairns was one of the best all-rounders in the world during his career. Cairns has played 62 Tests, 215 ODIs and two T20Is for New Zealand. Rounder Chris Cairns is currently battling death. According to New Zealand media reports, Chris Cairns is ill and has been admitted to a hospital in Canberra, Australia, where he has been kept on life support system.
Cairns, 51, had a heart condition that led to multiple surgeries. However, he is not doing well as expected. A spokesperson for New Zealand Cricket said the board respected Cairns’ privacy and could not immediately be contacted for comment.
Australia’s embarrassing performance in T20, Bangladesh’s defeat to Carmo Cairns has been an important part of the New Zealand team. From 1989 to 2006, he played 62 Tests, 215 ODIs and two T20Is for New Zealand. After this he tried his hand at commentary.
Cairns was one of the best all-rounders in the world at that time. He was one of the best all-rounders especially in ODIs. His father Lance also played cricket for New Zealand.
Neeraj Chopra revealed his position on the second day after winning the gold, although Chris Cairns was later accused of match-fixing. He was the captain of Chandigarh Lions in the Indian Cricket League in 2008 and was accused of match-fixing. But he denied doing anything wrong. He also fought a legal battle to get the charges dropped against him.
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