“Shane was discovered unresponsive in his villa and, despite the best efforts of medical staff, he could not be resuscitate,” Warne’s management said in a statement.”
The cricketing world was stunned by the news of Shane Warne’s death. Shane Warne, Australia’s best leg-spinner of all time, died at 52 due to a ‘Heart Attack’.
He concluded his Test career with 708 wickets, trailing only Muttiah Muralitharan in that category.
Warne scored 4172 runs at an average of 16.72 in Tests, ODIs, and T20Is, including 13 fifties, although he never got a century. His best score was 99, which he achieved in a Test match.
Cause of Shane Warne’s Death
As per sources, the cause of death is suspected as a heart attack. Sudden heart attacks are becoming more common in adults aged 40-50 and even younger. Stress, sedentary lifestyle, excessive fast food consumption, and heavy smoking are some of the causes.
Hours Before Australian Cricket Legend Shane Warne Died
Shane Warne, the renowned cricketer, had consoled the death of another Australian legend, Rod Marsh, just 13 hours before his death. Notably, the death of two iconic sporting figures – Warne and Marsh – in less than 24 hours has shocked the Australian cricket fraternity.