Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones dies of heart attack

Mumbai: Former Australia Test cricketer and famous TV commentator Dean Jones died in Mumbai on Thursday. According to the information, Jones died of a heart attack. Jones played 52 Tests and 164 ODIs for Australia. Jones has 3,631 runs in Tests and 6,068 runs in ODIs.

Chennai Super Kings also expressed grief over the demise of this former cricketer. The team wrote on Twitter, ‘It is shocking to hear the news of Dean Jones’ demise. There is a big loss for the cricket world. He is deeply attached to Chepak Stadium. Deepest condolences to his family and friends, may his soul rest in peace.

Team India’s head coach Ravi Shastri has expressed grief over the death of Dean Jones. He has said, ‘I am shocked to lose my colleague and dear friend, Dean Jones, you left us at a very young age. My condolences to your family, may your soul rest in peace. ‘

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