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Matthew Hayden fractures spine while surfing and admits

10 October 2018

While saying he had "dodged a bullet", Hayden, 46, posted a couple of photos on Instagram, including one where he was wearing a neck brace; the other showed lacerations on his forehead. Hayden, according to his Instagram posts, has suffered fractured C6 and torn C4 and C5 ligaments.

"Especially Ben and Sue Kelley for the fast diagnosis with MRI, CT scan".

In his post he revealed that he had gone for surfing on Straddie Back Bank with his son Joshua Hayden and possibly lost his balance to sustain an injury to his head.

"Game over for a few days", he wrote.

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'Thank you everyone. On the road to recovery'. The cricketer also thanked people, who helped him to recover. I was speared into the top of the sandbank onto the top of my head.

Australian cricket legend Matthew Hayden has been left with a fracture in his neck and nasty facial injuries after a freak surfing accident. In 2000, his fishing boat sunk and he was forced to swim more than a kilometre with Andrew Symonds.

Hayden and current Australia coach Justin Langer combined to score 5,655 Test runs as an opening partnership, second only to West Indies' duo of Gordon Greenidge and Desmond Haynes, who made 6,482 runs at the top of order.

Hayden played the last of his 103 Tests in 2009, finishing with 8,625 runs at 50.73.

Matthew Hayden fractures spine while surfing and admits