Shane Warne Death: The late Shane Warne died of a heart attack





 WEBMULTICHANNEL:The fall of stars in world cricket. News spread on Friday morning that former Australian wicketkeeper Rodney Marsh had passed away. In the evening, another piece of bad news devastated the cricket world. Legendary Australian legspinner Shane Warne is no more. He breathed his last in Ko Samui, Thailand. He was 52 years old at the time of his death. According to Warne's management, the legendary Australian leg-spinner has died of a heart attack. It has been written on behalf of the management that Warne is not responding. Despite the desperate efforts of doctors, Warne could not be saved.

He has been playing cricket for 15 years. He has played 145 Test matches in his 15 years of cricket. Played 194 ODIs. Warne has taken 607 wickets in 145 Test matches. Legendary leg-spinner has taken 293 wickets from 194 ODIs. The ball that England batsman Mike Gatting bowled during the 1993 Ashes tour is known as the best delivery of the century. The legendary batsman of India Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar) with his bat and ball duality is known to all. He has left innumerable pearls on the cricket field. He was the man of the match in the 1999 Cricket World Cup final.

Warne made his Test debut on 2 January 1992 against India. He played his last Test match on January 2, 2006. That Test match was against England. Warne's first ODI match was against New Zealand on March 24, 1993. His leg spin with the ball has helped Australia win many matches. He was also a controversial figure off the field. Involved in one debate after another. Cricket Hall mourns Warne's sudden demise.

Former India opener Virender Sehwag tweeted that he could not believe the news. Life is fleeting. This news is hard to believe. Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar is devastated by the news of Warne's death. World Cricket is speechless. The man who was on the field, lively, confident, never giving up before losing, Shane Warne left without anyone noticing, surprised everyone.

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