Former Australian captain Allan Border recently revealed that he has Parkinson’s disease. After hearing this news, former England captain Nasir Hussain is disappointed. Nasir Hussain and Allan Border have played cricket together and have many memories. Nasir Yain brought to light the same memories of the border.
Allan Border revealed that he has Parkinson’s disease. In this disease, the nerves that go from the hands and feet to the head of the patient stop working. It would be a miracle if he lived to 80 with this disease as he said. The 68-year-old Border said that he was diagnosed with the disease in 2016. However, he did not tell anyone about this at that time. Former English legend Allan Border also expressed his displeasure after getting information about Allan Border’s situation. This is a shock for Suhain and he expressed grief.
Nasir Hussain (Nasir Hussain) said, “Australian legend Allan Border said publicly on Friday that he is battling Parkinson’s disease. This is very sad. I’ve played a lot in the Essex team with Alan Border. He has also played three Ashes Test matches against him. He is a great personality in world cricket. During his cricketing career, there was no other personality more difficult to understand than him. But when you share the dressing room with them, these things are not visible. He was such a wonderful person.”
If we consider Allan Border’s cricket career, he has scored 156 Tests and 273 ODI runs for Australia. Having scored 11174 runs in Test cricket, he has a record of 6524 runs in ODI cricket. The Border Gavaskar Trophy played between India and Australia is also named after legends Allan Border and Sunil Gavaskar. (Nasir Hussain emotional after learning about Alan Border’s illness)
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