One of the Best Player of Australian Cricket Legend Shane Warne Died on 4th March, 2022 Due to Hearth Attack.
Shane Wane Has Performed as one of the finest leg-spin bowlers in Australia and Cricket Team.
The Shane’s Family has Confirmed the Death of Cricket Legend Shane in their Offaical Statement. They Said that Shane had been Died to Sudden Hearth Attack in Koh Samui, Thailand.
In Their Official Statement on the Death of Their Beloved Shane , The Family Said:-
“Shane was found unresponsive in his Villa and despite the best efforts of medical staff, he could not be revived.
We requests privacy at this time and will provide further details in due course.
On the Death of Cricket Bowler Shane, His Death is Natural and We have not any Suspect on Everyone. One of His Colleague Living With Him, Try to to revive him. But Unfortunately , He was Not Successful.
Shane Wane Has Started His Cricket Career as Leg Spin Bowler in Australia Team. During his Whole Career, he had Taken 708 Test wickets. Shane Was Retired From International Cricket in the 2007.
Credited for reviving the art of leg spin, Warne made his test debut in 1992 against India and by the time he ended his 15-year international career, the chubby spinner had established himself as one of the all-time greats of the game.
In 2013, Shane Wane had Retired From All the Cricket Formats. Shane had Also Played the Indian Premier League (IPL) and other Twenty20 competitions Before His complete Retirement in 2013.
After 2013, Shane Wane has Offered his Services as broadcaster in the Cricket. He Also Won the best captain Australia never head, he inspired Rajasthan Royals to the inaugural IPL title in 2008.
In One-Day MATCHES , Shane Has Taken the 293 wickets from 194 one-dayers. During World Cup Final 1999, He Won the man-of-the-match award During the Pak-Aus Match.
He was also a fine slip fielder and capable lower-order batter, scoring 3,154 runs at an average of 17.32 and is the only batter in Test history to surpass 3,000 runs without making a century – falling for 99 twice, against New Zealand in 2001 and against England in 2005.
Rated among the five greatest cricketers of the 20th century, Warne was one of the game’s prominent crowd-pullers whose craft as well as lifestyle often made headlines.
Australia Cricket Teams Has Lost Two Cricket Legends in One Day. Australian legend, Rodney Marsh, also passed away earlier in the day. Almost After 12-14 Hours, Australian Teams has Lost Another Legend Shane Warne On the Same Day.
Before His Death , Warne has made a tribute to Marsh on His Death in Following Words:-
“Sad to hear the news that Rod Marsh has passed. He was a legend of our great game and an inspiration to so many young boys and girls. Rod cared deeply about cricket and gave so much-especially to Australia and England players. Sending lots and lots of love to Ros and the family.”
Death of Shane —-A Great Lost To Cricket World:-
The Death of Australian Cricket Legend Shane Warne is Considered a great Loss to Cricket World.
The Whole Crickets Players and Fans expressed shock over Warne’s sudden death as messages continued to pour in on social media websites.
Former Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara also expressed disbelief, saying that he was “absolutely shocked and gutted” to hear about the death of a “legend and friend”.
Pace great Waqar Younis shared similar sentiments and said it was a “very, very sad day for our cricket community. The biggest superstar of my generation [is] gone”.
Meanwhile, Australia opener David Warner grieved the loss of “two legends” — Warne and Marsh — saying that they had left too soon.
“I’m lost for words, and this is extremely sad,” he tweeted.
Warne’s great Indian rival Sachin Tendulkar was “shocked, stunned and miserable” at the death of the Australian stalwart.
“Will miss you Warnie. There was never a dull moment with you around, on or off the field. Will always treasure our on-field duels and off-field banter. You always had a special place for India and Indians had a special place for you,” Tendulkar tweeted.