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new Delhi: Australia’s great spinner Shane Warne has said goodbye to the world. He has taken the most wickets in Test cricket. It was not easy for anyone to play Shane Warne’s ball. Now we are going to tell you about Shane Warne’s last tweet.

Shane Warne did this last tweet

Former Australia player Rod Marsh passed away this morning. Then Shane Warne wrote in his last word that it was sad to hear the news of Rod Marsh’s death. He was a legend of our great sport and an inspiration to many young boys and girls. Rod cared a lot about cricket and gave a lot – especially to the players of Australia and England. Sending lots of love and lots of love to Ros and family. Rest in Peace Saathi. Along with this, he also made a heart emoji.

Australia was made the winner

It was the charisma of Shane Warne’s bowling that Australia won the title of ICC Cricket World Cup played in England in 1999 and after 12 years had done the feat of writing World Champion again in front of its name. Warne, who came to bat first in that match, took 4 wickets for just 33 runs and rolled it down to 132 runs. After this Australia won the title by scoring 133 runs for 2 wickets. Warne was adjudged man of the final for this performance.

Cricketer with most runs without a century

Shane Warne also scored 3154 runs in Test cricket, which is the world record for the most runs by any batsman without a century. Warne made 12 fifties in Test cricket, but his highest score remained only on 99 runs, which he made in the Perth Test against New Zealand in 2001. Apart from this, Warne had missed once more after reaching the century. He also scored 1018 runs in ODIs. He is one of the few cricketers in the world to have 1000+ runs with the bat and 200+ wickets with the ball in both Tests and ODIs.



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