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Shane Warne, Australian cricket legend, dies aged 52

Shane Warne is the second most popular Test wicket announcer in cricket.

history with 708 wickets in 145 Test matches for Australia; Warren created a “piece of the century” to justify England batsman Mike Gatting at Old Trafford in 1993; Warren has served as a thinker for Sky Sports after his retirement

Stunning Australian cricketer Shane Warren, perhaps the best footballer of all time, has passed away at the age of 52.

Warren’s administration released an announcement saying that he had died of chronic cardiovascular failure in Koh Samui, Thailand.

The confirmation read: “Shane was tracked down in his estate and regardless of the medical staff’s best endeavors, he was unable to revive him.

“The family is asking for protection now and will provide more precise details in due course.”

Leg-spinner Warne is the second highest wicket-taker in Test cricket with 708 wickets in 145 matches. behind Sri Lankan Mutiah Muralitharan who has 800.

Warne captured 1001 wickets from all over the world altogether.

having also taken 293 out of 194 internationals for one day.

Warren would remain for the rest of the time tied up in introducing ‘Wad of the Century’ to win over Mike Gatting at Old Trafford in 1993 and he picked up 195 wickets in 23.25, with 11 games of five and four games of 10 wickets, against England.

Thinking about this mode of transport, Gatting told Sky Sports News: “I realized it was a leg break, however I didn’t expect it to turn that far. I don’t know, he expected it to turn that far. He just said he tried to get to The opposite end, OK. All things considered, it was really cool to me.

Shane Warne: Former Australia cricketer dies at the age of 52

“The decent thing, as we generally say, is that he expressed his deep gratitude: ‘Mate for that, you helped me move forward.’ The main thing I can say is that he was very wonderful to me, in the same way as other people who have faced a similar fate.

“I don’t care about him after he did that and took 700 individual test wickets; I was really annoyed assuming he just got 37 test wickets.

*He was simply phenomenally exciting. He simply loved the game. *He was very serious; he had an incredible understanding of the game, and it was unusual to talk to him about the game.

“*He had countless great ideas and different ideas, and his energy and satisfaction was just there in general. He needed 100% of the time to see the people improve and the game take it to the next level.”

Warren’s influence on the game led to him being named one of the five Wisden cricketers of the century, close to Sir Donald Bradman, Sir Garfield Sobers, Sir Jack Hobbs, and Sir Viv Richards.

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Since resigning from the game in 2013.

he has served as a thinker for Sky Sports Cricket Director Brian Henderson said: “We were crushed by the lack of Shane. On the pitch, he was the best. Off the field, he was a wonderful and loyal companion.

Sky Sports Cricket will honor Shane. For the next few days–but no words could capture his commitment to the game, our shock and misery as he left us so early. His sorcery group on the field, in analysis, confined and life itself will never be neglected, and our hearts go out to his loved ones in these sad days”

Warren had previously tweeted on Friday to honor Rod Marsh after the former Australian wicketkeeper died from coronary failure at the age of 74.

The sports world paid tribute to Warne, and greats like Richards and Kumar Sangakkara were among those who expressed their shock and grief.

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