Cricketing Fraternity shocked as spin wizard Shane Warne passed away form Afridi to Laxman says hard to believe


Legendary Australian cricketer and all-time great leg spinner Shane Warne passed away at the age of 52 on Friday. Warne’s management team said in a statement that Shane died of a heart attack in Koh Samui, Thailand. Earlier, Shane Warne’s fellow great Australian cricketer Rod Marsh also passed away on Friday. The death of the legendary Australian player has caused a big shock to his fans and his fans.

The entire cricketing place is in mourning on the untimely demise of the legendary Australian spinner Shane Warne and current and former players from across the world have paid tribute to him on Twitter.

Veteran India batsman VVS Laxman wrote, “Absolutely unbelievable. I don’t have words. Legend and one of the greatest players ever. Gone so soon Condolences to his family and friends.

Gautam Gambhir wrote, “With natural talent, attitudes like him are rare. Shane Warne made bowling magic. RIP.

Harbhajan Singh tweeted, “Can’t believe Shane Warne is no more. God rest your soul my hero. Doesn’t want to believe it. I am completely broken.”

Virender Sehwag tweeted, “One of the greatest spinners in the world who made spin ‘cool’ is no more Shane Warne. Life is very fragile but it is hard to trust. My condolences to his family, friends and fans.”

Irfan Pathan wrote, “Shane Warne was the favorite of the audience. Spin Wizard. Legend of Australian Cricket. First captain to win IPL. He will be missed.”

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Sharing the video, Shoaib Akhtar wrote, “It will take a long time to recover from this shortcoming. The great Shane Warne is no more with us.

Pakistan captain Babar Azam wrote, “It’s hard to believe. Irreparable loss to the cricket world. He inspired generations with his magical leg spin. You will always be missed Shane Warne. My condolences to his family, friends and fans.”

Shilpa Shetty (Actress and former co-owner of Rajasthan Royals) wrote, “Legends live on forever.
Shahid Afridi: Cricket has lost the university of leg spin bowling. From the beginning of my career, I was a fan of his bowling and it was always special to play against him. My condolences to his family.

 

Indian captain Rohit Sharma wrote, “I really don’t have words to say anything. This is extremely sad. An ultimate legend and champion of our sport has left us. RIP Shane Warne….still can’t believe it.”


Legendary spinner Shane Warne, who took more than 1000 international wickets for Australia, died in 2007


Virat Kohli wrote, “Life is so unpredictable and volatile. Can’t believe the passing of a great player whom I knew off the field as well. Greatest player to turn the cricket ball #GOAT (Greatest of All Time)”

Yuvraj Singh tweeted and wrote, “Sad day for world cricket. First Rodney Marsh and now Shane Warne. Heart is broken. I have fond memories of playing with Warne. He was a magician of spin and a legend of cricket. Gone ahead of time. He will be sorely missed. My condolences to his family.”

Adam Gilchrist: (broken day emoji, no words)

 

Sachin tweeted, “Shocked, shocked and saddened…

Will miss you Warney. There was never a dull moment with you on or off the field. Will always cherish our on field talks and off field banters. You always had a special place for India and Indians had a special place for you.

gone to soon!

This information was given in a statement issued by his management. “Shane was found unconscious in his villa and could not be saved despite the best efforts of health workers,” the statement said. His family urges confidentiality for the time being and more details will be given in due course. This news is the second major setback for Australian cricket within 24 hours.

Legendary spinner Shane Warne, who took more than 1000 international wickets for Australia, died, played in 2007

One of the greatest players of all time in international cricket, Warne made his debut for Australia in 1992, playing 145 Tests and taking 708 wickets. He took 293 wickets in 194 ODIs. In the first season of IPL in 2008, Rajasthan Royals won the title under his captaincy.



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