Shane Warne, a spin wizard who made the world fall in love with his craft, died of natural causes at the age of 52 in Thailand on Friday.
Shane Warne, probably the greatest bowler ever, was found unresponsive at his luxury villa in Thailand Friday evening. He was 52.
Shane Warne, who claimed 708 wickets from 145 Tests he played for Australia, was the second most prolific bowler in the annals of cricket.
However, nobody returns from the dead, including the superhuman that Shane Warne was. This was the only comeback he could not have made.
Shane Warne is the all-time 2nd-highest wicket-taker in Test cricket with 708 scalps behind Muttiah Muralitharan (800). He died on Friday.
Shane Warne bamboozled England’s Mike Gatting in the first Ashes Test in 1993 at Old Trafford, a delivery that is known as the ‘ball of the century’.
Shane Warne bowled like a millionaire and lived life the same way. In the end only memories, and Youtube videos, remain.