Shane Warne Death: Shane Warne is no more, died at the age of 52 in a villa in Thailand

Shane warne death

The world’s great spinner Shane Warne is no more in the world. This sad news came out on Thursday evening. According to the information, Shen was present in his villa in Thailand, where he died.

Australian cricket legend Shane Warne has died at the age of 52. It is being told that he suffered a heart attack, due to which he is no longer with us. Shane Warne was present in Thailand. According to the information, Shane Warne was present in his villa, and he was found unconscious there.

Shane Warne, known as the world’s best spinner, has died of a heart attack. His age was only 52 years. According to the information received so far, he was found unconscious in his villa. When he was taken to the hospital, his death was confirmed. In the last few years, a lot of lives are being lost in young people due to stroke or heart attack

“The family requests confidentiality at this time and will provide more details in due course,” the management of former Australian legspinner Shane Warne said in a statement. On Thursday itself, Shane Warne shared a picture of his villa located in Thailand on his Instagram account.

Great spinner Shane Warne bowled England’s Mike Gatting in the Old Trafford Test in Manchester during the 1993 Ashes. Called the best ball in history. That ball changed Warne’s life.

With the magic of the wrist, Warne trapped almost all the veterans of his time in the web of his spin. Warne took 708 wickets in his 145- match Test career, the highest in Test cricket after Muttiah Muralitharan (800 wickets).



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