Australian cricket legend Dean Jones has died at the age of 59 from cardiac arrest in Mumbai.
Jones played 52 tryouts and 162 one-day internationals for Australia in a career that spanned from 1981 to 1997 and helped his country win the Cricket World Cup in 1987.
He also had brief stints with England’s Derbyshire and Durham teams in the 1990s.
After his successful playing career, he got involved in coaching and commentary while writing for the Australian dailies The Age and Sydney Morning Herald.
Reports revealed on Thursday morning that Jones sadly died of a heart attack in Mumbai at the age of just 59.
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