Shane Warne Passes Away: Former Australian cricketer Shane Warne has passed away. He died of a heart attack in Thailand at the age of 52. Veteran spin bowler has left the sports world.
Cricketer Shane Warne had a few days ago reacted to the war between Russia and Ukraine. Shane Warne had given a message in favor of Ukraine and called Russia’s action completely wrong. This is the second blow for Australia. Following the death of Australian cricketer Rod Marsh, the news of Shane Warne’s death has come to light.
Shane Warne’s career
Shane Warne is known as one of the world’s leading spinners and a legendary captain. Warne, who played cricket for many years in Australia (Australia Cricket), is known to almost everyone who lives cricket. Warne has taken 708 wickets in 145 Tests. In 194 ODIs, 293 wickets have been bowled. In addition, Warne has taken 57 wickets in 55 IPL matches.
Tendulkar’s arch-rival Shane was also very active in Indian cricket. The first IPL trophy was lifted by Shane captain Rajasthan Royals. Warne is the second bowler after Muralitharan to take 708 wickets. Warne retired from cricket in 2007. Warne has left his mark in every format of cricket.
Shane Warne retired from international cricket in 2008. But, many teams were eager to buy this wizard of leg-spin. The Rajasthan Royals, the league’s cheapest franchise, had signed Shane Warne for team 4.5 million. Not only that, Rajasthan had made him their captain.