Former Australia cricketer Andrew Symonds dies in road accident

Melbourne: Former Australia all-rounder cricketer Andrew Symonds passed away at the age of 46. He lost his life in a road accident late on Saturday night. According to the information, Andrew Symonds died in a car accident in Townsville on Saturday night. Efforts were made to save him, but all the efforts were unsuccessful. Police […]
 


Former Australia cricketer Andrew Symonds dies in road accident

Melbourne: Former Australia all-rounder cricketer Andrew Symonds passed away at the age of 46. He lost his life in a road accident late on Saturday night. According to the information, Andrew Symonds died in a car accident in Townsville on Saturday night. Efforts were made to save him, but all the efforts were unsuccessful. Police said that he suffered serious injuries in the accident. This is sad news for his family as well as cricket lovers. He has fans all over the world. Veteran all-rounder Andrew Symonds was a member of the Australian cricket team that won the World Cup.

There is a wave of mourning once again in the cricket world. Former Australia all-rounder Andrew Symonds died in a car accident. According to the information received, he died in a car accident in Townsville, Australia at around 10.30 pm on Saturday night. Queensland Police said the speeding car overturned on the road in Hervey Range, about 50 kilometers west of the city. Andrew Symonds was riding in this car.

Andrew Symonds will always be remembered for leading Australia to victory with a century against Pakistan in the 2003 World Cup. Due to his excellent fielding in the field, he is counted among the best cricketers in the world. He is compared with legendary cricketers like Ricky Ponting and Michael Clarke. Andrew Symonds had a clash with Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh in 2008. After this incident, Symonds became very popular among Indian cricket lovers. Symonds played 198 ODIs for Australia and was an important member of that team. Under his leadership, the team won the World Cup for two consecutive times in 2003 and 2007.