Remembering Shane Warne
Last Friday, while being on vacation the Aussie legend Shane Warne took his last breath. His untimely death on the 4th of March left the world in complete shock.
The former Australian bowler was in Ko Samui, Thailand, at the time of his death. He was there on vacation and was about to go for drinks when he started having chest pains. It was reported that he died from a heart attack.
Everyone’s social media flooded with posts expressing heavy grief on his demise. Everyone reached out and expressed their feelings regarding the great loss.
There is hardly anyone who follows cricket and isn’t familiar with the name Shane Warne. His record in the field is beyond compare. His hat-trick in the World Cup final made him the man of the match which resulted in being a subject of seven books. He also has the second-highest record of wickets which is a mammoth 700 test wickets. He even has the record of having the most wickets in a calendar year. These are just some of the records among many more.
He was also known as a great captain for Australia. He lead Australia in 11 ODI’s where he had 10 wins and just 1 loss. He was one of the best game readers. Even though he was he was aggressive that only led towards positivity.
Shane Warne is known as one of the greatest players and bowlers of all time. And the world is at a great loss. Our prayers are with his family and friends. Rest in peace legend.