Sports news | Former Indian cricketer David Johnson has died at the age of 52.

Bangalore (Karnataka) [India]June 20 (ANI): Former Indian cricketer David Johnson died at the age of 52 on Wednesday.

David Johnson is a former right-arm fast bowler who played two Test matches in 1996 for the Indian team, in which he managed to take three wickets.

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Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Secretary Jay Shah on Thursday expressed condolences over the death of David Johnson.

“Sincere condolences to the family and friends of our former Indian fast bowler David Johnson. “His contribution to the game will always be remembered,” Jay Shah wrote on Channel X.

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Former Indian cricketers Guram Gambhir and Anil Kumble also took to X and posted messages expressing their sadness.

“Saddened by the passing of David Johnson. “May God give strength to his family and loved ones,” Gambhir wrote on X.

Kumble wrote in X: “Sad to hear of the passing of my cricketing friend David Johnson. My sincere condolences to his family. He died too soon, Benny!

Johnson took 125 wickets at a knock of 47.4 and an average of 28.63 in 39 matches during his first-class cricket career. Although he is mostly a lower-order batsman, he has scored a century in first-class cricket.

The former pacer took 41 wickets in 33 List A matches. In 2015, he played his last competitive match in the Karnataka Premier League. (that I)

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