Sachin-Sehwag were very broken by Shane Warne’s death, gave this heart-wrenching reaction


new Delhi: The cricket world is in shock due to the sudden demise of Australia’s great leg-spinner Shane Warne at the age of just 52. Shane Warne has died of a suspected heart attack. He died of a suspected heart attack in Thailand, according to Fox News.

Sehwag-Rohit devastated by Warne’s death

The cricket world is in shock due to the sudden demise of Shane Warne. Not only the cricketers of Australia, but the hearts of the legendary cricketers of India have also been broken. Team India’s great batsman Sachin Tendulkar, former opener Virender Sehwag, former captain Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have all given a heart-wrenching reaction to the death of Shane Warne.

Shane Warne’s family in shock

According to Fox News, Shane Warne was found unconscious in his villa and despite all efforts, he could not be brought to his senses. Shane Warne’s family is not in a condition to speak at this time and he is shocked by this news.

Took 708 Test wickets in a career spanning 15 years

Shane Warne took 708 Test wickets for Australia in his 15-year career between 1992 and 2007. Shane Warne made his Test debut against India in Sydney in 1992 and then made his ODI debut against New Zealand in Wellington in March the following year.

Played an important role in World Cup victory in 1999

Shane Warne, who was selected as one of the five cricketers of Wisden’s century, ended his ODI career with 293 wickets. He also played an important role in Australia’s ODI World Cup victory in 1999. Shane Warne bowled England’s legendary batsman Mike Gatting on his very first ball of his first Ashes Test on 3 June 1993 at the Old Trafford Stadium, turning the ball almost 90 degrees.

‘Ball of the century’ did wonders

After hitting the wide outside the leg-stump, this ball took a turn and blew his off-stump, to the surprise of Gatting. This ball created panic in the world. This first Ashes ball of Warne’s career is still called ‘Ball of the Century’ i.e. ‘Ball of the Century’. In the same series, Warne also did a hat-trick in Test cricket.



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