Shane Warne, an Australian cricket legend, dies of a suspected heart attack’ at the age of 52. Legend, rest in peace.
On Friday, Warne’s management company confirmed that he died of a suspected heart attack in Koh Samui, Thailand.
“Despite the greatest efforts of medical staff, Shane was found lifeless in his villa” Warne’s management in a statement.
With his famous “go to the crease” and “tear the strip” actions, he adds some flare to slow bowling
He made a revolution to spin bowling in a way no one has seen.
He was not only able to generate a lot of spin on the pitch but he was also extremely precise which is a difficult trait for leg spinners to overcome.
Vaughan was not a poor batter, despite becoming Australia’s best bowler. His aggressive batting saved his team from pressure on several occasions.
Vaughan was a great outfielder, especially in the skid zone, where he also takes half his chances.
The Warne made its international debut in 1992 as a color test and like most wrist spinners struggled to find its footing at first. Despite his evident amount of talent, he lacks accuracy.
Vaughan proved to be a quick study and came to prominence in the following year even making the “Ground of the Century” in the Ashes series, according to Mike Gatin.