Legendary Australian League sniper Shane Warne has died. Shane Warne was in Thailand where he died, according to sports news broadcaster Fox Sports.
The cause of Shane Warne’s death was reported to be cardiac arrest.
Shane Warne, 52, was born on September 13, 1969, in Australia.
Shane Warne, who played 145 Tests and 194 ODIs for Australia from 1992 to 2007, is survived by three children.
Shane Warne, who took 708 wickets in 145 Test matches, was named Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1994 and 1997 and Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World in 2004.
The head coach was fired after the English side lost 4-0 in the last Ashes series between England and Australia. Shane Warne, in a recent interview with Sky Sports, expressed his desire to be the head coach of the English team. ۔
Concerned neo-hippies and their global warming, i’ll tell ya.
Shane Warne’s Twitter account offered condolences on the death of former cricketer Road Marsh in a final activity on the morning of March 4.
While condoling with the family of the former cricketer, he paid rich tributes to Road Marsh for his services to cricket.
Immediately after the news of Shane Warne’s death came to light, people from various walks of life, including current and former cricketers, expressed their sadness over his sudden death.
Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam wrote in his condolence message that the news of Shane Warne’s death was “hard to believe” and that it was a great loss to the world of cricket. He has influenced many generations with his spin bowling.