Rest In Peace Shane Warne

Jeremy Caroll

One of the greatest cricketers of all time and also a dominant performer of his era, the veteran spinner Shane Warne leaves us to embark on a new journey in heaven.

In remembrance of the greatest spinner Shane Warne, here is the journey of the Australian spinner –

A legendary leggie bowler whose spinning skills always feared the batsman to understand the direction of the bowl, Shane Warne had an incredible career in his life and is also one of the best players of all time for the Australian Cricket Team. Shane was one of the best bowlers of all time as his record speaks for the iconic leg spinner.

Shane Warne successfully took 1001 wickets in the Test and ODI format combined. Shane Warne is the second-highest wicket-taker in the Test format to date as he took 708 wickets in 145 Test games.

Shane’s economy was unexpectedly brilliant as his Test career ended with an economy of 2.65 runs per over. Shane Warne topped the ICC rankings in both Test and ODI format during his career as the sensational performance of the leg spinner admires the bowlers of today’s generation as well.

The greatest spin bowler played his last Test game in 2007. Shane Warne has also played IPL for team Rajasthan Royals.

The world is shocked by the sudden demise of the lovely Australian spinner and also one of the most entertaining commentators.

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