Australian Cricket Legend Shane Warne Bids Adieu to Heaven


Australia’s spin hero Shane Warne died on Friday at the age of 52, leaving the cricket world in a state of sorrow. Warne’s management issued a brief notice stating that he had a heart emergency in Thailand.

Despite the best efforts of the medical professionals on the scene, He was unable to be brought back to life. Warne, who was loved by fans and athletes all around the world, Shane Warne was a valuable asset to cricket. In the 339 international games he played in, he took 1001 wickets. His illustrious career spanned more than a decade. As a result, earning him the reputation of being the best spinner Australia had ever seen.

Shane Warne Demise

Warne’s demise Shock and Grief fans:

Shane Warne Known affectionately as ‘Warnie,’ the leg spinner had a remarkable career while bowling for Australia. After retiring, he continued to be a popular personality, establishing a successful media career as a pundit and expert.

Warne was a part of Australia’s ODI World Cup-winning side in 1999, and he also performed important roles in the league’s five Ashes titles between 1993 and 2003.

Following his retirement, Warne famously captained and coached the Rajasthan Royals to fairy-tale title success in the opening season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2008.

The news of his death has shocked the sports universe, with cricketers from all over the world voicing their grief. On social media, tributes have been flooding in.

Let’s have a look at the grievances shown by the cricketers after Shane Warne demise:





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