Andrew Symonds, a two-time world cup winner and one of the most recognisable faces in international cricket, was died in a single-car crash in Townsville, Queensland, Australia, on saturday night, according to police. The 46-year-old died at the scene of the accident, according to police. "Early information indicates that the car was being driven on Hervey Range Road, near Alice River Bridge, soon after 11 p.m. (Australian time) when it off the roadway and rolled," according to the police statement.

"The 46-year-old driver and sole occupant was revived by emergency personnel. He died, though, as a result of his injuries. The Forensic crash Unit is looking into it." Symonds averaged 40.61 with the bat in 26 Tests for his country, but he is most remembered for his white-ball heroics. He played in 198 One-Day Internationals, scoring six hundreds and 30 half-centuries while also taking 133 wickets with his off-spin and medium pace.

After legendary leg-spinner Shane Warne died of a heart attack in thailand in March, he is the second well-known Australian cricketer to pass away in 2022. Rod Marsh, the former wicketkeeper, died of a heart attack earlier this year. "Australian cricket has lost another of its very best," cricket Australia chair Lachlan Henderson was reported as saying by Andrew was a once-in-a-generation player who contributed to Australia's world cup win as well as Queensland's rich cricket legacy. For many, he was a cult figure who was cherished by his admirers and friends.

మరింత సమాచారం తెలుసుకోండి: