Shane Warne was offered bribe by this Pakistani captain, revealed himself


new Delhi: Shane Warne of Australia, one of the greatest bowlers in the world, was also in controversies apart from his magical bowling. It was not easy for any batsman to play Warne’s balls. He had been in discussion about his personal life outside the field as well. Warne, who was in controversies during his career, could not get rid of it even after retirement. Shane Warne made a sensational disclosure about a match-fixing. He had claimed that the former Pakistan captain had offered him a bribe.

Warne made a big disclosure

Former Australia bowler Shane Warne was always in the headlines. Shane Warne made a big disclosure in the upcoming documentary on Amazon Prime. He had told in it that Pakistan captain Salim Malik had offered him a bribe. In 1994, he was given this offer in the match between Pakistan and Australia in Karachi. Warne said that on the fourth day of the Test match, he was offered a bribe of $ 2,76, 000 and this offer was given by Pakistan captain Salim Malik.

If the match is lost, the house will be burnt.

Shane Warne had told that Salim Malik had to meet him. He also met them and both of them sat down and started talking about the match. Warne further said that I told Salim that we will win the match. After this Salim had said that we cannot lose, because if we lose then our houses will be burnt. After that he offered me a bribe.

Pakistani captain was banned

Shane Warne had further told that he was completely surprised to hear about Salim Malik. This information was given to Captain Mark Taylor, Coach Bob Taylor and this matter reached even to the match referee. In 2000, Malik was banned for life. Malik was one of the great players of Pakistan. He represented Pakistan in 103 Tests and 283 ODIs. He has said all these things in Shane Warne’s documentary on Amazon Prime Video.

First bowler to take 700 test wickets

Shane Warne took 708 wickets in 145 Test matches during his career, while 293 wickets in 194 ODIs were recorded in his account. In terms of taking wickets in Test cricket, after Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan, the second number bowler Warne completed 700 wickets before him. He became the first bowler in the world to touch this high peak of bowling.



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