Former Australian Cricketer And PSL Karachi Kings Head Coach Dean Jones Dies

Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones has died in India at the age of 59 after a heart attack.
According to Indian media, former Australian cricketer Dan Jones died of a heart attack and Dan Jones was in Mumbai, India for commentary in the Indian Premier League. The 51-year-old cricketer died at a Mumbai hospital.

Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones has died in India at the age of 59 after a heart attack.
According to Indian media, former Australian cricketer Dan Jones died of a heart attack and Dan Jones was in Mumbai, India for commentary in the Indian Premier League. The 51-year-old cricketer died at a Mumbai hospital.
Former Australian cricketer Dan Jones has represented Australia in 52 Tests and 164 ODIs. He has scored 3631 runs in 52 Tests for Australia, scoring eleven centuries and two. One hundred and sixteen runs was his best score.
Former Australian cricketer Dan Jones has represented Australia in 52 Tests and 164 ODIs. He has scored 3631 runs in 52 Tests for Australia, scoring eleven centuries and two. One hundred and sixteen runs was his best score.
Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones was also part of the Pakistan Super League and was representing the PSL as a coach in the Karachi Kings.