Shane Warne Death: Australian cricket legend Shane Warne has died at the age of 52. It is being told that he suffered a heart attack, due to which he is no longer with us. Shane Warne was present in Thailand. According to the information, Shane Warne was present in his villa, and he was found unconscious there.
In this statement issued by Shane Warne’s management, it was said that he died in Koh Samui, Thailand. the statement said ‘Shane was found unconscious in his villa and, despite the best efforts of the medical staff, could not be revived.’
Former Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne’s management said in a statement: “The family requests confidentiality at this time and will provide more details in due course.” On Thursday itself, Shane Warne shared a picture of his villa located in Thailand on his Instagram account.
The ball on which great spinner Shane Warne bowled England’s Mike Gatting in the Old Trafford Test in Manchester during the 1993 Ashes is said to be the best ball in cricket history. That ball changed Warne’s life.
With the magic of the wrist, Warne trapped almost all the veterans of his time in the web of his spin. Warne took 708 wickets in his 145-match Test career, the highest in Test cricket after Muttiah Muralitharan (800 wickets).
Shane Warne Death: Sorry for never being a captain
Shane Warne played his last Test in January 2007. In 1999, he also became the vice-captain of Australia, but he never got a chance to become the captain. By the way, after saying goodbye to international cricket, Warne captained the IPL for the first time and made Rajasthan Royals the champion in the very first season.
Expressed his reaction to the Russia-Ukraine war
The world’s great spinner Shane Warne recently also expressed his reaction to the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. Shane Warne wrote a message in favor of Ukraine and called Russia’s action completely wrong. Warne supported Ukraine by tweeting and calling Russia’s action completely wrong, unreasonable, and unfair.