Former Australian cricketer and Famous Commentator Dean Jones dies of heart attack
Former Australian cricket batsman Dean Jones dies of a heart attack. Dean Jones stayed at a star hotel in Mumbai for a cricket commentary job. It is said that he had a sudden heart attack. He was rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment. But doctors said he had died.
Dean Jones (59) has played in various tournaments in India. He has also scored 3,631 runs in 52 Test matches. Jones has played 164 ODIs and scored 6068 runs with the help of seven centuries and 46 fifties. He has been a cricket commentator since retiring from cricket.
Dean Jones has scored 3731 and 608 runs in 52 Tests and 164 ODIs for Australia. Jones, who made his international debut in 1984, played his last match in 1986. Dean Jones was also a member of the 1986 World Cup-winning team in Australia, as well as a commentator and coach.