Former Australian Cricketer Legendary Shane Warne is no more with us. The greatest cricketer wrote history in the world of cricket with a golden pen with the bowling skill of his leg-spin, which is a wonderful example in itself.

On the Friday Shane Warne’s management company has liberated a short statement and confirmed that Legendary Shane Warne passed away in Koh Samui, Thailand, of a suspicious heart attack.

Shane Warne died at his home in Koh Samui, Thailand on March 4, 2022 from a suspected heart attack. His death came on the same day as an Australian cricketer Rod Marsh, Warne paid tribute to a tweet a few hours before Shane Warne’s death.

Cricketers Virender Sehwag, Harbhajan Singh, Shoaib Akhtar, Sir Vivian Richards, Shahid Afridi and Kumar Sangakkara and television star Piers Morgan were among many who paid tribute to him.

Shane Warne was played 145 Tests and 194 ODIs during 1992 and 2007 and took an aggregate 1001 wickets throughout his famous international career.
Shane Warne was the part of Australia 1999 ODI World Cup winning team and also played starring roles in the team’s five Ashes title wins between 1993 and 2003.
After retirement, Warne regulated Rajasthan Royals to a fairy-tale title win in the inaugural season of Indian Premier League in 2008 as their captain and coach.