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Symonds Death: Andrew Symonds died after Marsh-Warne, Australia lost 3 legendary cricketers in the last 3 months

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Andrew Symonds Shane Warne Rod Marsh death Australia: The last few months have been very bad for Australian cricket. Australia lost its legendary cricketers in the last 3 months. Andrew Symonds died in a car accident on Saturday. Whereas before this Shane Warne and Rod Marsh died. The important thing is also that Warne and Marsh died due to heart attack. Both these veterans died on 4 March. After Marsh’s death, the news of Warne’s death came till this evening.

Andrew Symonds –
Symonds died on 14 May in a car accident. He has been one of the legends of Australian cricket. All-rounder player Symonds has scored 5088 runs in 198 ODIs. During this he has scored 6 centuries and 30 half-centuries. Along with this, he has also taken 133 wickets. Symonds has scored 1462 runs in 26 Test matches and has taken 24 wickets in this format.

Shane Warne –
Warne died in a villa in Thailand. They had gone for a holiday. Warne was known for his magical spin. He took 708 wickets in 145 test matches. This is a great achievement. Along with this, he took 293 wickets in 194 ODIs. He has taken 5 or more wickets 37 times in Test cricket. Whereas 10 times he has achieved the feat of taking ten wickets.

Road Marsh –
Marsh also used to do good wicketkeeping with strong batting. He died on 4 March. He was admitted to the hospital in his last days. He had a heart attack. Marsh has scored 3633 runs in 96 test matches. During this he had scored 3 centuries and 16 half-centuries. He has scored 1225 runs in 92 ODIs.

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