Ground Report | New Delhi: Former Australian cricketer Shane Warren has died in the state of Maine today, according to Australian media. Warren’s management team said in a statement that “Shane Warren was found dead in his home on the Thai island of Samoa.”
According to the statement, attempts were made to provide medical assistance to Shane Warren but he could not recover. His team blamed a possible heart attack for his death. Shane Warren played 145 Test matches in which he took 708 wickets. He took 293 wickets in 194 ODIs.
Shane Warren made his Test debut against India in Sydney on January 2, 1992 and made his ODI debut in March 1993. He played his last Test match on 2 January 2007 against England.
Shane Warren has been named off-the-match 17 times in his career Test cricket. Legendary sniper Shane Warren, who passed away on Friday, was a “hero” for the current generation of cricketers, says Australian captain Pat Cummins, who is currently leading the team on a tour of Pakistan.
“A lot of people in this team and squad still consider him a hero,” he said in a video message released to the media on Friday night.
According to him, the loss we are all trying to bear. The game has never been the same since Warney emerged, and the game will never be the same again. Australian batsman David Warns tweeted at Shane Warren’s death, saying: “Two legends of the game died very soon. I am very depressed and I have no words.
Before Warren, former Australian wicketkeeper Rodney Marsh also passed away on Thursday. In his memory, the Australian team participated in the first day of the Rawalpindi Test by wearing black armbands.
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