Australian cricket legend Shane Warne dies in Koh Samui villa

The legendary Australian cricketer and leg-spinner, Shane Warne, has died of a suspected heart attack while holidaying on Koh Samui, Thailand. He was aged 52. During his profession Warne took 708 Test wickets in a hundred forty five cricket matches during a 15 yr worldwide profession. . His take of wickets was the second most of all time.
He was found “unresponsive” in his villa. He had only arrived on Koh Samui on Thursday morning. He had wished his Instagram followers ‘good night’ earlier than going to mattress.
“Despite the most effective efforts of medical staff, he could not be revived. The household requests privateness presently and can provide additional particulars in the end.”
His management firm made the announcement on Friday afternoon, Thai time.
“It is with great disappointment we advise that Shane Keith Warne handed away of a suspected heart assault.”
Days earlier he had posted on his Instagram account that he “wanted to spend his time in Thailand getting shredded” as part of a vacation weight reduce.
Police have now revealed that he was spending a vacation on Koh Samui with a bunch of friends. His pals attempted to perform CPR before an ambulance arrived at the villa. He was pronounced dead on arrival on the Thai International Hospital in Chaweng.
Last Tuesday he posted on his Instagram that he wished to return to his peak physical situation.
“Operation shred has started (10 days in) & the goal by July is to get again to this shape from a quantity of years in the past ! Complete ’s go.”
Warne’s dying was introduced within the hours after the passing of another Australian cricket legend Rod Marsh. Shane Warne had mentioned the death of the fellow cricketer Rod Marsh in his ultimate tweet.
“Sad to pay attention to the news that Rod Marsh has handed. He was a legend of our great sport & an inspiration to so many younger boys & women.”
Meanwhile, the Australian PM Scott Morrison has introduced that Warne’s household will be provided a state funeral.
Cricket Australia tweeted…
“We are shocked and saddened by the passing of Shane Warne. A true cricketing genius. Our thoughts are along with his family, associates and followers all the world over.”
In 2000, Shane Warne was named one of many five Wisden cricketers of the century, alongside Sir Donald Bradman, Sir Garfield Sobers, Sir Jack Hobbs and Sir Viv Richards.
He retired from worldwide cricket in 2007 following Australia’s 5-0 Ashes clear sweep of England, and then retired from first-class and A List cricket later that year, ending a seven-year spell with Hampshire, who he had captained since 2004.
He eventually retired from all cricket in 2013.
Shane Warne’s mastery of “leg-spin”, a bowling fashion that had turn out to be less well-liked during the 70s and 80s, when quick bowlers dominated, revolutionised the game of cricket.
Hi canny management of the ball would bewilder even the best batters who faced him.
He is survived by his three kids with former spouse Simone Callahan..

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