Australian cricket legend Shane Warne has sadly passed away at the age of 52.
It was announced today, that the former leg-spinner and second-highest wicket-taker in test cricket history passed away after a suspected heart attack. Shane Warne made 145 test matches for Australia and took an impressive 708 wickets, making him the second-highest wicket-taker in cricket history behind Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan’s.
In recent years Shane was a popualr pundit who worked for Sky Sports, covering many cricket matches. In 2021 he coached London Spirit in the inaugural edition of The Hundred.
As tributes from around the world begin to pour in for ‘legendary’ Shane Warne, he will be sadly missed by all that knew him and the wider game of cricket.