Australia Cricketer great Shane Warne, extensively regarded as one of the topmost Test players of all time, has failed of a suspected heart attack aged 52, according to a statement from his operation company.
Shane Warne operation said the sheltered leg- incentive failed in Koh Samui, Thailand.”It’s with great sadness we advise that Shane Keith Warne passed down of a suspected heart attack in Koh Samui, Thailand moment, Friday 4 March,”the statement read.
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“Shane was plant unresponsive in his Villa and despite the stylish sweats of medical staff, he couldn’t be revived,”it added.
“The family requests sequestration at this time and will give farther details in due course.”
The advertisement came just hours after the death was blazoned of fellow Australian great Rod Marsh, one of justice ´s outstanding wicketkeepers.
Shane Warne was credited with reviving the art of leg- spin and during a brilliant 15- time career he took 708 Test lattices.
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A census surpassed only by Sri Lanka off- incentive Muttiah Muralitharan, who took 800.
Named as one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Century, alongside Donald Bradman, Garfield Sobers, Jack Hobbs and Viv Richards, Warne ´s impact was enormous.
Shane Warne, who came as well known for a various life down from justice as he was for his exploits on the field.
It also helped Australia win the 1999 limited overs World Cup and took 293 lattices in 194 one- day internationals.
But on the dusk of the 2003 World Cup in South Africa he failed a medicines test after taking diuretics in a shot to lose weight and was transferred home before Australian justice authorities banned him for a time.
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In addition to his transnational exploits, Warne also enjoyed a successful career with his Australian state side Victoria and captained English county Hampshire.
He starred in the Twenty20 Indian Premier League for Rajasthan Royals and in the T20 Big Bash League Melbourne Stars. Australia nature David Warner twittered”Two legends of our game have left us too soon. I ´m lost for words, and this is extremely sad. My studies and prayers go out to the Marsh and Shane Warne family. I just can’t believe it.#rip, you’ll both be missed.”
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Former Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene twittered”One of the topmost in our generation!!” Shocked and sad to hear the news. RIP Shane”England wrote on Twitter”One of the topmost of all- time. A legend. A genius. You changed Cricket. RIP Shane Warne.”
The England men ´s platoon are presently in the Caribbean, preparing for a three- Test series against the West Indies. Ahead of the final day of their warm-up against a Justice West Indies President ´s XI, the players and judges stood in the middle for a nanosecond ´s silence in honour of Shane Warne.