Dean Jones death news: Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones died at the age of 59

Dean Jones death news: Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones died at the age of 59

Dean Jones death news: Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones died at the age of 59

Hello friends Dean Jones, the former cricketer of the Australia cricket team, died at the age of 59. He died of a heart attack in Mumbai. Dean Jones was also the coach of several teams and he was also a commentator. Dean Jones played Test and ODI cricket for Australia. The cricket world is stunned by the news of his death. He was in Mumbai at the time of his death and was associated with the IPL season 13 broadcast.

6,068 runs scored in ODIs: Dean Jones

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Dean Jones scored 3,631 runs in 52 Tests at an average of 40.55, scoring 11 centuries and 14 half-centuries. He scored 6,068 runs in 164 ODIs. He scored 7 centuries and 46 half-centuries in ODIs and averaged 44.61. He was counted among the best ODI players of his time.

Dean Jones made his mark as a successful commentator after retirement. This time he was commentating in the IPL from Mumbai. Jones was part of the IPL commentary panel this time. In which Brett Lee, Brian Lara, Graeme Swann, and Scott Styris are commentating from Mumbai. Today the sixth match of IPL is to be played between RCB and Kings XI Punjab and before that the cricket fans got this sad news.

Star Sports said in its statement, “We are sharing the news of Dean Jones’s demise with great sadness. He died of a heart attack. We express our condolences to his family and are therefore ready to cooperate with him in difficult times.” We are in touch with the Australian High Commission to make necessary arrangements.

 

Debut in international cricket in 1984: Dean Jones

Dean Jones made his international debut in 1984 and he played a total of 52 Tests and 164 ODIs in his career. Jones made his ODI debut against Pakistan in Adelaide on 30 January 1984. While he made his Test debut against the West Indies at Port of Spain on 16 March. His international Test career was around 8 years and he played the last Test against Sri Lanka in September 1992.

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