Came to Mumbai for IPL commentary Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones death

A sad news has emerged for Cricket World. The great Australian cricketer and commentator Dean Jones has died of cardiac arrest (Dean Jones Cardiac arrest) at a hotel in Mumbai. He was 59 years old. He was associated with Star Sports’ commentary team for the current season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) and was in Mumbai. Carcaster has confirmed this. Please tell that due to Coronavirus, the current season of the league is being played outside the country in the United Arab Emirates.

Was in mumbai for commentary

After retirement, he had made a mark as a successful commentator. This time he was doing a commentary from Mumbai in the IPL. Candy was part of the IPL commentary panel this time, with Brett Lee, Brian Lara, Graeme Swann and Scott Styris doing commentaries from Mumbai. Today the sixth match of IPL is to be played between RCB and KXIP and before that cricket fans have received this sad news, which makes the fans very sad.

Star Sports said, “We are sharing the news of the death of Dean Mervyn Jones AM with grief. He died of a heart attack. ‘Family, we said our condolences to his family and are ready to support him in this difficult time. We are in contact with the Australian High Commission to make necessary arrangements.)

“The sport was one of the great emissaries of jersey sports and he was associated with the development of cricket in South Asia,” said Carcaster. He was obsessed with finding new talent and policing young cricketers. He was the champion commentator whose existence and way of presenting the game always brought joy to the fancy. His millions of fans in star and age will miss him. Our condolences and prayers are with his family and friends.)

Cricket career and record

Former Australia veteran batsman Dean Jones played 52 Tests and 164 ODIs in his international career. He scored an average of 46.55 in Tests, while in ODIs he also batted at an average of 44.61. He scored a total of 11 in Tests and 7 centuries in ODIs.

Dean Jersey was part of the first World Cup team to Australia. In the final of the 1987 World Cup, he contributed 33 runs while batting at number 3. Australia won this title by 7 runs.

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