Former Australian cricketer Shane Warne passes away due to heart attack

Legendary Australian cricketer Shane Warne has died at the age of 52 due to a heart attack. Warne’s management issued a brief statement in the early hours of Saturday (AEDT), that he died of a suspected heart attack in Koh Samui, Thailand.

The statement issued said:- Shane was found unresponsive at his villa and, despite the best efforts of the medical staff, could not be revived. The family requests privacy at this time and will provide more details in due course.

Shane Warne, one of the world’s greatest spinners,   died at the age of 52. As soon as people came to know about this bad news, there was a wave of mourning among his fans present around the world. Everyone wanted to know what happened to Warne all of a sudden. Warne was spending time in a villa in Thailand. Warne, who took 708 Test wickets in his career, was found unconscious at his villa in Thailand. Warne’s management later confirmed his death. Warne probably died of a heart attack.

According to Fox Sports News,  Shane Warne was spending time in Koh Samui, Thailand. It is believed that Warne died of a heart attack. According to Warne’s management, Shane Warne was found unconscious in a villa in Koh Samui, Thailand. He was taken to the hospital but could not be saved.

Legendary pacer Shoaib Akhtar wrote, ‘Just got the sad news of the passing of great spinner Shane Warne. I have no words to describe how shocked and sad I am. What a great personality, cricketer, and human being.

Made his debut against India in 1992, retired in 2007

Shane Warne made his international debut in the 1992 Sydney Test against India. He played his last Test match against England in January 2007 in Sydney itself.

Shane Warne is counted among the great bowlers of the world. Born on 13 September 1969 in Victoria, Warne played 145 Tests, 194 One Day Internationals in his career. He took 708 wickets in Tests and 293 wickets in ODI format. Apart from this, 1319 wickets are recorded in his name in first-class cricket.

Born on 13 September 1969 in Victoria, Warne played 145 Tests, 194 One Day Internationals in his career. He took 708 wickets in Tests and 293 wickets in ODI format. Apart from this, 1319 wickets are recorded in his name in first-class cricket. Shane Warne made his international debut against India in the 1992 Sydney Test. He played his last Test against England in January 2007 in Sydney itself.

Shane Warne is the second-highest wicket-taker overall and the first Australian bowler in Tests. He has 708 test wickets to his name. Warne also scored 12 half-centuries in Tests. He scored a total of 3154 runs in this format, in which his best score is 99 runs. Apart from this, he also scored 1 half-century in ODIs and scored a total of 1018 runs.