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Matthew Hayden Talked About His Serious Injuries, Says ‘Shit Happens’

The complete cricketing world was left in the state of shock after the pictures of seriously injured former cricketer Matthew Hayden went viral on the internet. The former Australian cricketer lost his balance while surfing on a family holiday and sustained some serious injuries on his forehead.

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Apart from the head injuries, in another post he also revealed that he has fractured his C6 while C4 and C5 ligaments are torn. Mathew Hayden took to his Instagram account and uploaded the pictures after his accident.The pictures are very heart wrenching and disturbing.

Recently, in the process of recovery he talked about his injuries and all the scans he was about to have. Sharing his feelings he said :

“Have specialist appointment tomorrow, ironically with the same dude when I last broke my lower back. Sweeping a cricket ball 22 years ago. Feel a bit silly as both then and now were just every day innocuous incident. Guess that’s where the expression, ‘Shit happens’ comes from.” 

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However, Matthew Hayden is very optimistic about his injuries. He used his funny sense of humor and said that he is loving this phase as he doesn’t have to do the household work. He said :

“Will let you know how things progress. In the meantime, at home I will be milking the injury for all it’s worth. No ironing, no hanging clothes on the line, no making beds…. hahahaha! I’m loving this list of not to dos and the best part, it’s all fully condoned by professionals.” 

Well, we really wish Matthew gets well really soon.

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Unnati Madan

Unnati Madan is a senior cricket writer, with more than 5 years of experience in cricket writing. Here you will read some of the most entertaining cricket news, tweet reports, and cricket stories by Unnati. She also takes keen interest in poetry and has been awarded as the 'Writer of the year' by Quora.

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