Andrew Symonds Dies In Painful Car Accident

Another bad news for Australian cricket, After Shane Warne, the news of the sudden death of another player has come. Last night on 14 May 2022, Andrew Symonds who is the former star player of Australian international cricket, died in a car accident. it is being told that this accident happened outside the Townsville in Queensland state on Saturday night. Andrew was driving alone during the Car accident.

46 Year Old Andrew Symonds has contributed significantly to the victory of his team in international cricket. Symonds played 198 One Day Internationals, and 26 Test matches and contributed a lot to Australian domestic cricket.

On the death of Simonds, the statement of the police has come that, ‘Andrew Symonds car left the road and rolled as Emergency Services had tried their best to revive the drivel and solo occupant but he died from his injuries’.

About Andrew Symond’s Family

Andrew Symond’s wife is Laura Symonds and has a child named Chloe Symonds. Furthermore, Louise Symonds is his sibling. Also, Andrew was adopted by Ken and Barbara Symonds. Booke Symonds is Andrew’s ex-wife.

Andrew Symonds Controvercies

Andrew is caught in a lot of controversies. From Monkeygate dispute with Harbajan Singh to drinking alcohol in the Pub. from calling a fisherman for catching fish during a Team meeting to creating an Objectionable statement for Methew Hyden to B Macculam.

Popular Tweet expressing duck on Andrew Symonds death

Have a look at some popular personalities’ tweets on Andrew Symonds’s death!

ICC Tweet:

Harbajan Singh Tweet:

Sachin Tendulkar’s Tweet:

On behalf of our entire team, we offer our heartfelt tributes to Andrew Symonds. God rest his soul and give strength to his family. THANK YOU!

Deepanshu Chauhan

Deepanshu is a postgraduate in M.B.A and a full-time blogger. He is dedicated to his work and always tries to serve quality content.

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