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VVS Laxman Apologised As He Used Wrong Emoji In Tweet On Andrew Symonds
By CricShots - May 17, 2022 12:09 am
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The entire cricket world was in shock to hear the news of the passing away of Andrew Symonds, who passed away in a car crash on Sunday. The cricketers from all over the world expressed their grief on the tragic incident and one of them was VVS Laxman who played with Symonds closely as part of Deccan Chargers in the first season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). After posting his condolences on Twitter, VVS Laxman apologizes for using an unsuitable emoji.

VVS Laxman
VVS Laxman

Andrew Symonds was one of the most interesting and aggressive characters on the field. He played each and every match with a lot of intensity and had quite a competitive spirit. His all-around ability played a crucial role in the Australian team’s success in the 2000s. Laxman was a fellow member of Symonds when they both played for the Deccan Chargers in IPL.]

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VVS Laxman expressed his sorrow with a tweet but used the wrong emoji. Later, after the mistake was pointed out by the netizens, VVS Laxman apologizes for using the emoji. As Laxman posted his Tweet, the fans noticed that he used an emoji that stands for ‘Tears of Joy’. The former Indian cricketer got a lot of replies pointing out the same and VVS Laxman acknowledged his mistake.

Andrew Symonds lost his life in a car crash on Sunday. The late Australian cricketer was driving the car and according to the police, the emergency services tried to revive the driver, but it was too late as Symonds succumbed to his injuries as the car veered off the road and rolled.

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Interestingly, the authorities didn’t give out the name of Andrew Symonds, instead, he was recognized by media outlets and former players. Australian cricket has now lost a couple of the legends of the game in a short span of time. First, the leg-spin wizard Shane Warne left this world on 04th March, 2022 and now Andrew Symonds, who was only 46-years old. The sudden demise of the cricketer has surely left the fan in utter shock.