Former Australian Cricketer Star Andrew Symonds Dies In A Car Accident At The Age Of 46 (Latest News)

Australian media said on Sunday that Australian cricket legend Andrew Symonds had died in a car accident in Queensland.

Symonds played in 26 Tests for Australia and got two hundred-point scores. He played for Australia in 198 One-Day Internationals and helped the team win two World Cups.

On Saturday night, May 14, Andrew Symonds was reportedly in a single-car accident in Hervey Range, which is 50 km from Townsville.

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The news that Andrew Symonds has died has shocked and saddened the Australian cricket board.

Lachlan Henderson, the head of Cricket Australia, said, “Australian cricket has lost another one of its best. Andrew was a great player who helped Australia win World Cups and was an important part of Queensland’s long cricket history. Many people looked up to him, and his fans and friends loved him.

Former Australian Cricketer Star Andrew Symonds Dies In A Car Accident At The Age Of 46
Former Australian Cricketer Star Andrew Symonds Dies In A Car Accident At The Age Of 46

Lachlan Henderson said, “On behalf of Australian cricket, our deepest condolences go out to Andrew’s family, teammates, and friends.”

Nick Hockley, the CEO of Cricket Australia, said, “Andrew was a well-liked and respected cricket player in Australia and all over the world. He was a prodigious talent in Queensland from a young age because he could hit the ball cleanly, bowl spin, and field well.

“The Australian cricket community and his close friends on the Queensland Bulls, where he was a popular and well-liked teammate and friend, will miss him very much. Nick Hockley said, “At this heartbreakingly sad time, our thoughts are with his family and friends.”

The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced on Twitter that he had died and was saddened by his death.

All over the world, cricket fans are sad about the death of the cricket legend. Shoaib Akhtar, who used to play cricket for Pakistan, also wrote on Twitter to express his sadness about what happened.

In 1996, in a match between Queensland and Tasmania, Andrew Symonds made his first domestic century. It was his 10th game for the Queensland team. The game took place at the Gabba cricket stadium in Australia. Look at this.

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His all-around matchwinning talents netted him $1.8 million for the Deccan Chargers in the inaugural IPL in 2008.

“We became close. When he (Clarke) came into the side I used to bat with him a lot,” Symonds told Lee. “So when he came into the side I really looked after him. That built a bond.

“Matthew Hayden said to me — when the IPL started, I got a pretty penny to go and play in the IPL — he identified it as there was a bit of jealousy that potentially came into the relationship (with Clarke) there.

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