Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds dies in car crash

The cricket world deplores the loss of another Australian great, after the star of Test and Two-time World Cup winner Andrew Symonds was killed in a car crash on Saturday. The 46-year-old was involved in a single car accident in Hervey Range, about 50km from Townsville, Queensland.

Symonds’ death comes just two months later The death of his former teammate, Shane Warren.

A Queensland Police statement said: “Early information indicates that shortly after 11pm the vehicle was traveling on Hervey Range, near the Alice River Bridge when it left the road and veered.” “Emergency services attempted to revive the 46-year-old driver and the only passenger, but he succumbed to his injuries.”

multi-talented, Symonds has been an integral part of Australia’s World Cup victories In 2003 and 2007, they performed with racket and ball, as well as on the field. His score of 143 in Australia’s opening match in 2003 against Pakistan declared his talent in the world of cricket, as well as his scoring of 91 in the semi-final match against Sri Lanka. It was a crowd favorite in the short form of the game, with 198 one-day internationals playing in a distinctly aggressive style, taking 5,088 innings and taking 133 wickets.

Although initially considered a whiteball specialist, Symonds played 26 Tests for Australia, scored 1462 points in 40.61 and picked up 24 wickets with the tricky and tricky bowling and medium pace bowling. He was famous for his quality on the court and could transform the match in an instant from the indoor ring, with his ability to produce amazing matches and shots at the right moments.

“Australian cricket has lost its other best game,” said Australian cricket chief Lachlan Henderson. “Andrew has been a generational talent who has been instrumental in Australia’s success at the World Cup and as part of Queensland’s rich cricket history. He has been a cult figure for many who have been appreciated by his fans and friends. On behalf of Australian cricket, we deeply sympathize with Andrew’s family. and his colleagues and friends.”

Simmonds escaped his wife Luraand children renal And Billy.

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