Prominent Australian League spinner Shane Warne has died of a heart attack. Australian media has reported the death of Shane Warne, the owner of several world records, and that 52-year-old Shane Warne has died of a heart attack. Shane Warne has represented Australia in 145 Tests and 194 ODIs, taking 708 wickets in Test cricket and 293 wickets in ODIs.
Spinner Shane Warne Died!
According to media reports, a statement issued by Warne’s team stated that Shane Warne was in Mount Samoi, Thailand, where he died of a heart attack. The statement added that Shane Warne was found unconscious in his home. Where medical staff was called, but his efforts to recover were unsuccessful.
Director of Sports Shahid Khan Afridi, while expressing deep sorrow over the demise of Shane Warne, said that he was shocked to hear the news. He was a role model, always wanted to play and learn with Shane Warne, the batsman. Afraid to face them, Warne ruled the world of cricket. Shane Warne also sent condolences on the death of Rodney Marsh.
Rodney Marsh, another legend of the Australian cricket team and former wicketkeeper, died of a heart attack at the age of 74. He played 96 Tests and 92 ODIs for Australia.