Shane Warne Cause of Death : How Australian cricket legend died at 52

Shane Warne is the second-highest wicket-taker in Test cricket history with 708 wickets in 145 Test matches for Australia; Warne produced 'Ball of the Century' to dismiss England batter Mike Gatting at Old Trafford in 1993; Warne worked as a pundit for Sky Sports following his retirement

Shane Warne: Former Australia cricketer dies at the age of 52

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Shane Warne, one of Australia’s best cricketers, has died.

According to a statement released by Warne’s management company, the greatest leg-spinner of all time died at the age of 52.

According to Warne’s representatives, he died of a suspected heart attack in Koh Samui, Thailand.

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“Despite the best efforts of medical staff, Shane was found unresponsive in his villa and could not be revived,” the statement said.

“At this time, the family requests privacy and will provide additional information later.”

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Warne is credited with reviving leg-spin bowling, and his 708 Test wickets are second only to Sri Lankan off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan’s 800.

“Two legends of our game have left us too soon,” Australia’s opener David Warner tweeted. I’m speechless, and it’s heartbreaking. The Marsh and Warne families are in my thoughts and prayers. I’m speechless.

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Australian cricket legend died at 52. He died of heart attack



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