Former Australian cricketer and commentator Dean Jones has died in Mumbai on Thursday. Jones was also part of the commentary panel for the 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). He died of a heart attack at the age of 59. The cricket world mourned the news of his death. All the heavyweights associated with cricket paid homage to him through social media. Meanwhile, an old video of Jones is also going viral on social media. This video shows Jones picking up trash in the stadium after the match and placing it in the dustbin.
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A cricket fan shared the video and wrote, ‘This video is enough, which shows what kind of guy Dean Jones was. May your soul rest in peace. You will miss this video for the month of February this year. Jones was in Pakistan during the Pakistan Super League (PSL). He was the coach of the Karachi Kings team. After the match between Karachi Kings and Peshawar Zalmi, Dean Jones also arrived to clear the litter scattered in the stadium.
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Jones was picking up trash in the dustbin this time. Her video was still very viral on social media. He did something to clear the team’s dugout after the match. Dean Jones thus set an example to all cricket fans. Jones was known for his commentary. He has commented in international cricket and in all T20 leagues. His old video is going viral on social media.
This video is enough to determine what kind of humanity Choose Was.
RIP sir! You will miss pic.twitter.com/JPOEJOegaU
– Junaid Rajput (RealJunaidHasan) September 24, 2020
Dean Jones, one of the best commentators of all time, two-time PSL champion and current coach of the Karachi Kings who was seen picking up trash at NSK last year.
– Saad 🇵🇰 (S iSaadAwais22_) September 24, 2020
Dean Jones was not only a good coach, cricketer and commentator, he was also a good man. He was seen clearing the dugout after the match at the National Stadium Karachi. pic.twitter.com/ytWzOu8CRB
– Ali Raja (@alirajatweets) September 24, 2020