Nobody could have predicted that just hours after Shane Warne death had lamented the loss of another Australian cricket legend Rod Marsh, he would be added to the same list of people awaiting heartfelt condolences! The 4th of March 2022 proved to be a disastrous day for Australia. On the same day, it lost two of its diamonds! The shattered admirers swarmed the Internet platforms with their tributes shortly after the heartbreaking news leaked on the internet. The Ball of the Century, according to fans, will be missed! That Ball was the term given to a cricket delivery thrown to English batsman Mike Gatting on June 4, 1993, by none other than the great Australian spin bowler Shane Warne!
Shane Warne Death:
Shane Keith Warne, who was born on September 13, 1969, was discovered unresponsive on March 4, 2022, in his residence in Koh Samui, Thailand. According to Warne’s management statement to an Australian media outlet, despite the greatest efforts of medical staff, the legend could not be revived. The particular statement goes on to say that the family is requesting privacy and will offer more information as soon as possible! Shane Warne died of a heart attack, according to reports.
Though nothing is known at this time, it is worth noting that Warney contracted Covid-19 in August of last year, despite having received both vaccines. And it could have worsened his illness, which he disclosed a month after catching the infection. Furthermore, he claimed that his condition had deteriorated to the point where he needed to be placed on a ventilator! Shane Warne was only a few days ago said to be interested in being England’s next head coach, but he is no more! The abrupt passing of a legend had stunned the cricketing world!
Shane Warne was regarded as the finest leg-spinner in history! In One Day Internationals, he led the Australian national squad (ODI). He was the second-most productive wicket-taker in Test cricket when he retired. Shane played a total of 145 Tests and 194 One-Day Internationals for Australia throughout his 15-year career. It’s also worth noting that he finished his career with 1001 wickets across all formats. Shane Warne vs. Sachin Tendulkar, then Shane Warne vs. Brian Lara, and all of the matches in which we got to watch his magic are being remembered by fans!