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Shane Warne Last Tweet
Notably, Shane Warne last post on social media was an honor to Rod Marsh, who died a day before the league spinner’s death.
“The sad news of Rod Marsh’s death saddened us. He was a legend of our great sport and a movement for many young boys and girls given. He was sending—lots and loads of love for Ros and their family. RIP mate, “Warne said in his last tweet.
The cricket world has replied with shock and grief to the sad news of the death of Australian cricket legend Shane Warne at 52. In a brief report, Warne’s management said he died in Thailand after a suspected heart attack.
“Shane was found unfeeling in his villa and scorn the best efforts of medical staff, and he could not revive,” the statement read.
“The family requests privacy at this time and will provide further details in due course.”
Therefore warren’s administration issued a statement early Saturday morning (AEST) announcing that he had died of a heart attack in Thailand.
Within minutes, some of the world’s biggest names, including many of Warren’s former international rivals, appeared on social media to pay tribute and express distrust of the news.
Tweet by Players on Shane Warne’s death
Shane Watson, meanwhile, wrote on Twitter that he was “numb” after learning of Warne’s death.
“My hero, mentor, and great friend, Shane Warne, is no longer with us. Warne, your influence on this great game and everybody around it is immeasurable. Thank you for your presence so bloody good to me. I am going to miss you so much. Rest In Peace, SK,” he wrote.
We were shocked, stunned & miserable. I will miss you, Warne. There was never a dull instant with you, on or off the field.
We will always gem our on-field duels & off-field banter. You always had a prominent place for India & Indians had a special place for you.
“I exactly don’t know how to sum up this state. My friend is gone!! We have lost one of the Greatest Sportsmen of all time!! My condolences go out to his family. RIP Warnie!! You will miss,” Lara tweeted.
Australia opener David Warner tweeted: “Two legends of our game have left us too soon. I’m lost for words, and this is very sad. My opinions and devotions go out to the Marsh and Warne family. I cannot believe it. #rip, you will both be missed.”
Australian cricket legend and Fox Cricket colleague Mark Waugh tweeted: “This just deep to lose another great of our cricket family. Warne was the decisive entertainer on and off the field, never a dull moment, who lived life to the completest. Deepest condolences to his precious ones. RIP, mate.”
How well did you know Shane Warne?
- Shane Keith Warren was born on September 13, 1969, in Victoria, Australia.
- He started his Test career in 1992 against India in the New Year’s Test in Sydney
- Warren played his 145th and final Test precisely 15 years later in the New Year’s Test against England in Sydney.
- He took 708 Test wickets – second only to Sri Lanka’s Mathia Murali Dharan (800).
- Shane Warren also played 194 ODIs for Australia, taking 293 wickets.
- His 3 154 Test runs are the highest by a player who has not scored a century. His highest score was 99.
- Thus, Warren bowled the English star in 1993, pushing Mike Gating to bowl the ‘Ball of the Century’, the giant ball ever in Test cricket.
- Therefore, he started in the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame in 2013.
- Thus, Shane Warren’s ex-wife Simon Callahan had three children with whom he married between 1995 and 2005.
- He died of an alleged heart attack on Friday, March 4, 2022, at his villa in Mount Samui, Thailand. He died the same day as fellow Australian icon Rod Marsh, whom Warren paid tribute to in a tweet just hours before his death.
Therefore Shane Warne remains one of the greatest leg-spinners to have played the game. In 143 Tests played for Australia, he scalped 708 wickets and is the 2nd-highest wicket-taker. He also bagged 293 scalps in ODIs and made more than 300 appearances for Australia across all formats.
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