One of the greatest leg spinners has passed away due to a suspected heart attack at the age of 52 in Thailand while on holiday.
Shane Warne claimed 708 test wickets in a 15-year career between 1992 and 2007 and winner of World Cup winner in 1999.
Shane Warne during the 1993 Ashes tour bowled one of the outstanding delivery which was named “ball of the century” to Mike Gatting who turned over 2 feet from the outside leg to hit the top of the wicket.
Warne has been a key player for Australia over the number of years and he has been the bowler after Abdul Qadir where they both kept the art of the leg-spin but Warne went a bit further to enhance the leg-spin which many are now trying to adopt.
This is a sad moment for the cricketing world but losing Rod Marsh and Shane Warne both have made the cricketing world proud to be associated with the game.