Shane Warne death news A minute silence held in Antigua for Shane Warne


Shane Warne death news: Shane Warne died of a heart attack on Friday. 52-year-old Warne breathed his last in Samui, Thailand. In a statement issued by the management of veteran Australian cricketer Warne, it has been said that Shane Warne has passed away and may have suffered a heart attack. The death of Warne has sent a wave of mourning across the world. West Indies and England teams have paid tribute to Warne. This tribute to him was given before the practice match in Antigua. During this, the players of both the teams also observed a minute’s silence in honor of Warne. England team is currently on West Indies tour.

52-year-old Shane Warne, one of the all-time greats of international cricket, played 145 Tests for Australia and took 708 wickets. He was the second highest wicket-taker in Test cricket after Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan. In ODIs, he holds the record of taking 293 wickets in 194 matches. In first class cricket also he had 1319 wickets in his account. In the first season of IPL in 2008, Rajasthan Royals won the title under his captaincy. Warne made his Test debut against India in 1992 and Ravi Shastri was his first Test wicket. He ruled the cricket field for 15 years.

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