Is universe symmetric about a point?

We have a good amount of discussion and theories on the formation of universe.

I want to ask is universe symmetric about a point? I think that the answer should depend upon the uniformity of expansion of universe in several directions! Am I correct or completely wrong?

It’s even stronger than that. There is good evidence to suggest that, at very large scales, the universe is very nearly isotopic and homogeneous about every point. Most notably, the cosmic microwave background is almost perfectly spherically symmetric, with relative temperature fluctuations on the order of $$10^{-5}$$.