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Shane Warne 52 years of brilliance in cricket

 Shane Warne 52 years of brilliance in cricket

Shane Warne

Shane Warren, an Australian athlete who helped his country's Justice League team win the 1999 World Cup and was widely considered among the best bowlers in the history of Justice, failed on March 4 in Thailand at the age of 52.

 Fox Sports, which appointed Mr Warren as judge, quoted his family's statement as saying the cause was a suspected heart attack at his home on Koh Samui. thailand police said mr. Warren's body was taken to a sanatorium for an autopsy. Police added that they found no injuries on Mr Warren's body.

 Known as Mr. Warney. Warren made 708 test nets in 145 matches for Australia from 1992 to 2007, second only to Sri Lanka's superb Mutiah Muralitharan's 800 test nets from 133 matches.

Warren was also part of the Ashes' five winning brigades against England during his career.

Mr. Warren made his first Test at Sydney Cricket Ground in 1992 and rose to become a significant figure in all respects in one of the greatest periods of continued dominance by any faction in global justice.

 He made the "ball of the century" with his first bowling at Ashes 1993 Bowling Mike Gatting a ball that turned out of his leg well to refuse bail, constantly writing himself into legend.

"It's one of those horrific events in the game," Gatting said in 2018. "One of those bits of history that not only belongs to me, but is meant to be the elegant genius of all time."

Mr. Warren was as famous for his life off the field as he is on it.
He was banned for a period in 2003 for taking a banned substance, and he criticized his mother for giving him a diuretic to "improve his appearance." But he came back in 2004 and on his third Test at the Ashes in 2005 he came in as the first player in history to get 600 net tests.

 In 1998, the Australian Cricket Board fined Mr Warren and Mark Wu for providing information to an Indian bookmaker during Australia's tenure in Sri Lanka in 1994.

Mr. Warren's off-field exploits risked his marriage, and he was betrothed to Simon's wife, the mother of his three children. He finally struck up an affair with English actress Elizabeth Hurley and engaged her in 2010. The prop eventually disbanded in 2013.

 Shane Keith Warren was born in the upper Melbourne suburb of Frontree Jolly in September. 13, 1969. He first played Justice when educated at Mentone Grammar, representing the University of Melbourne club in the Victoria Cricket Association under 16 Dowling Shield.

He also joined the St Kilda Cricket Club near his home in the suburb of Black Rock. After a stint at the Australian Football Base in St Kilda's Under-19 faction in 1988, becoming the reserve faction and almost turning professional, he went on to train at the Australia Cricket Academy in Adelaide.

 He made his debut in 1991 in Junction Oval in the match between Victoria and Western Australia. At the same time, he was named after the Australian B-platoon and traveled to Zimbabwe, where he scored his first five or more rounds.