Ahead of Saturday's IPL 2022 match against Mumbai Indians, Rajasthan Royals remembered their first captain and ex-mentor Shane Warne. The Australian died, who died due to heart attack on March 4, 2022 at the age of 52, led...
Shane Warne, who is credited with reviving the art of leg-spin bowling by taking 708 wickets in 145 Tests, died at the age of 52 in Thailand on March 4.
Shane Warne, regarded as the greatest spinner of all time, died due to natural causes in Thailand. Ravi Shastri was Warne's maiden Test wicket.
Impressed by the talent of the kid, the legendary Indian batsman provided him a 5-day training at Tendulkar Middlesex Global Academy in Mumbai .
Draped in an Australian Flag, the coffin containing late Shane Warne’s body is expected to land in Melbourne in a private jet.
Sunil Gavaskar has been trolled on social media after making controversial remarks on Shane Warne, two days after the Australian spin legend’s death.
Shane Warne died of natural causes last week on the Thai resort island of Koh Samui in Thailand. The legendary Australian cricketer was 52.
Thailand Police investigated a breach of security in which a German woman was able to enter the ambulance van transporting Shane Warne’s body.
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 left the world on Friday of a suspected heart attack in Koh Samui Island of Thailand. He was 52.
A funeral date has not been fixed as Shane Warne’s family waits for his body to be returned home following his death in Thailand.
Shane Warne's body is expected to be transferred home Tuesday ahead of a state funeral at Melbourne Cricket Ground. He was 52.
Shane Warne had complained of chest pain and sweating after an extreme fluid-only diet prior to his Thailand vacation.
Shane Warne was declared dead by doctors in the Thai International Hospital on Friday night, after friends tried to revive him in his luxury villa in Koh Samui.
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’.
One of the legendary bowlers, Shane Warne, was found dead in his villa in Thailand's Koh Samui island on Friday.
Shane Warne, one of the greatest cricketers of all time, died in Koh Samui, Thailand on Friday due to a suspected heart attack. He was 52.
Shane Warne was an icon of the game. He is only behind fellow spin great Muttiah Muralitharan in the all-time list of wicket-takers.
Former Australian Cricketer Shane Warne died of 'suspected heart attack' at the age of 52.
Australia last toured to Pakistan in 1998 when they won the Test series 1-0. Their Asian record has been underwhelming since then.
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