Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds dies in car accident; Mourning in the world of cricket

Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds has died. Symonds died in a car accident in Townsville on Saturday night. Mourning in the cricket world with this sad news The tide is turning again. According to reports, Andrew Symonds’ car crashed on Saturday night. According to local media, all attempts to rescue Symonds failed Were. The accident […]
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Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds dies in car accident;  Mourning in the world of cricket


Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds has died. Symonds died in a car accident in Townsville on Saturday night. Mourning in the cricket world with this sad news

The tide is turning again.

According to reports, Andrew Symonds’ car crashed on Saturday night. According to local media, all attempts to rescue Symonds failed

Were.

The accident happened on Saturday night

Fans are also mourning the death of Andrew Symonds. Information obtained from Queensland Police

According to, the incident happened at around 10.30pm on Saturday night in Harvey Range. Police rushed to the spot after receiving information about the accident.

Preliminary investigations have revealed that the car was speeding

The accident took place due to overturning on the road. Symonds was in it. The accident happened near a bridge over the Ellis River. Symonds was taken to hospital by ambulance. The doctors at the hospital told him

Tried a lot to save, but they failed.

Symonds made his international debut in 1998

Symonds in 1998

Entered international cricket from Australia. He was then selected for the ODI series against Pakistan. Symonds first in his international career The match was played on November 10, 1998. He made his Test debut against Sri Lanka in March 2004. At the same time, Symonds made his T20 International debut against New Zealand in February 2005.

In his 11-year (1998-2009) long international cricket career, Symonds had several occasions when he won matches for Australia on his own. In addition to being an aggressive batsman

He was also a shrewd bowler. It was a complete package of limited overs cricket. He was instrumental in helping Australia win the World Cup in 2003 and 2007.