Australian Cricket All-Rounder Andrew Symonds dies at the age of 46

Andrew Symonds dies at the age of 46. May his soul rest in peace.

Former Aussie player Andrew Symonds played two times winning World Cups has got death due to car crash.

He was 46-years old and alone driving the car when he met with an accident just outside of Townsville in his home state of Queensland.  

Police confirmed that his car was on Hervey Range Road, near Alice River Bridge shortly after 11 pm, after that he left for the roadway and rolled.  

“The emergency services tried to revive the Andrew Symonds and the only 46 -year -old occupant, however, he died of his injuries.

This is being investigated through the Forensic Crash Unit.

During his cricket career, Andrew Symonds scored at an average of 40.61 runs as a batsman in 26 Tests for Australia. His originally known for One day and T-20 formats for his hard hitting.   

Throughout his career, he played 198 One Days where he marked 6 100s and 30 50s. He also took 133 wickets as a medium pace bowler.

It was 2003 World Cup, he was known as a star when he played a super knock against Pakistan. He played outstandingly 143 not out in Johannesburg.  

The former right hander also played 2007 winning World Cup in West Indies.

He also scored 337 runs and took wickets in 14 T20 Matches. According to Allan Border, “Symonds was true entertainer and he knew the art the hitting long”.