Shane Warne died of heart attack: Australia’s great cricketer and leg spinner Shane Warne has passed away. Heart attack is said to be the cause of his death.
Shane Warne, one of the world’s greatest spinners, died suddenly. According to PTI, Warne was in Thailand at the time of his death. Warne’s sudden departure is a big blow to the entire cricketing world. According to reports, he died due to a heart attack. Shane Warne has taken more than 700 wickets in Test cricket. He gave match-winning performances for Australia with his charismatic bowling at every ground in the world.
In media reports, heart attack is being told the reason for the death of legendary cricketer and leg-spinner Shane Warne. Born on September 13, 1969, Shane Warne made his international debut in 1992. He ruled all formats of cricket for years. Big batsmen used to fail to understand Warne’s googly. Warne is counted among the greatest spinners in the world.
Shane Warne’s Career at a Glance:
Shane Warne played 145 Tests and 194 ODIs for Australia. He has 708 wickets in Tests. At the same time, Warne took 293 wickets in his name in ODIs. Warne played his last international match in 2007.
Shane Warne made his international debut for Australia in 1992. He played his first Test match against India and became the 350th player to play Test cricket for Australia. Whereas he played his last Test match against England in January 2007. Warne took 708 wickets in 145 Test matches.
This magical spinner had an excellent record in limited overs cricket as well. He played his first ODI match against New Zealand in 1993. He took 293 wickets in 194 ODIs. Whereas in first-class cricket, Warne took 1319 wickets.