Andrew Symonds Died – Former Australian great Andrew Symonds has been died in a car accident on Saturday night, the Cricket Australia confirmed on Sunday.
The tragic accident occurred on the outskirts of Townsville in Queensland state just within 2 months of the demise of Australian great Shane Warne and Rodney Marsh.
Police revealed that the car got rolled and due to injuries during the process, the swashbuckling cricketer died. The emergency services tried their best to save him.
The 46 years old played 26 tests, 198 ODIS, and 14 T20s for Australia in his career of 11 years (1998-2009) and scored 1462, 5088 & 337 runs apiece.
Symonds was also an important part of the Australian team which won the 2003 and 2007 World Cup in South Africa and West Indies respectively.
Andrew Symonds was not only a hard-hitter but could bowl medium pace and off-spin in need for his team. Off the field, Symonds would enjoy his life fullest.
The cricketing world has also been shocked by the untimely demise of this Aussie cricketer and they have poured the social media with their condolences and homage
Twitter is Shocked with Andrew Symonds Death
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