Shane Warne died due to heart attack. Here are some best moments of the player in his cricket career. - letsdiskuss
Official Letsdiskuss Logo
Official Letsdiskuss Logo

Language



Blog
Earn With Us

Vanisha Anand

CONTENT WRITER | Posted on | news-current-topics


Shane Warne died due to heart attack. Here are some best moments of the player in his cricket career.


1
0




| Posted on


Shane Warne, one of Australia's most talented leg-spinners, died at the age of 52. 

Warne's management issued a brief statement confirming that he died after a suspected heart attack in Thailand. "Despite the best efforts of medical workers, Shane was found lifeless in his villa and could not be resuscitated," according to the statement.

The post mortem examination revealed no signs of foul play in the 52-year-death, according to a top Thai police official.

 

Warne, widely regarded as one of the greatest cricketers of all time, died of a suspected heart attack while on vacation on the Thai island of Koh Samui.

Warnie's most recent Instagram post reveals that he has begun a strenuous gym routine in order to regain his fitness. Operation Shred was his plan to get back in shape by July of this year. Cardiologists have recently discussed the need of knowing your heart risks before beginning a tough training plan.

 

Former Australia spinner Shane Warne, widely regarded as one of the game's all-time greats who revolutionised spin bowling, died of a suspected heart attack in Thailand on Friday.

 

The century's biggest party

Shane Warne's most noteworthy playoff performances include the Gatting Ball, often known as the Ball of the Century. The Australian spinner legend produced the ball against England batsman Mike Gatting on the second day of the first Test of the 1993 Ashes series at Old Trafford in Manchester.

In 1999, he had an incredible World Cup performance.

When Australia needed a breakthrough, Shane Warne was brought in.

 In three overs, he turned the game around for Australia, taking three wickets and regaining the momentum for Steve Waugh's side before the thrilling climax of perhaps the greatest one-day international ever.




IPL Win

Warne made a remarkable comeback to our screens at the age of 38, captaining the Rajasthan Royals in the 2008 edition of the Indian Premier League.

 

His franchise was only supposed to be temporary, but the Australian isn't one to give up easily.


Letsdiskuss


2
0

| Posted on


Shane Warne, one of Australia's best leg-spinners, died at the age of 52. He was one of the best.
In a statement, Warne's management said he died of a heart attack in Thailand. Even though medical workers tried their best, Shane was found dead in his villa and could not be revived, the statement said.
There were no signs of foul play in the death of a 52-year-old woman, says a top Thai police official.
Warne, one of the best cricketers of all time, died of a heart attack while on vacation on the Thai island of Koh Samui.
Warnie's most recent Instagram post shows that he has started a very hard gym routine in order to get back in shape. It was his goal to get back in shape by July this year. Cardiologists have recently talked about how important it is to know your heart risks before you start a very hard training plan.


0
0

Picture of the author