Shane Warne died at age of 52, BCCI head Rahul Dravid pays his condolences
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The world’s great spinner Shane Warne is no more in the world. On Thursday evening, Shane Warne took his last breath.
Australian cricket legend Shane Warne died at the age of 52. It is being told that he died due to heart attack. According to the information, Shane Warne was present in his villa, and was founded unconscious there.
In this statement issued by Shane Warne’s management, it was said that he died in Koh Samui, Thailand. “Shane was found unconscious in his villa and, despite the best efforts of the medical staff, could not be revived,” the statement said.
“The family requests confidentiality at this time and will provide more details in due course,” the management of former Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne said in a statement. On Thursday itself, Shane Warne shared a picture of his villa located in Thailand on his Instagram account.
Terming the sudden demise of Shane Warne as a “personal loss”, India’s batting legend and current head coach Rahul Dravid on Saturday said the legendary Australian spinner will be remembered for as long as cricket is played.
In the video released on the Twitter handle of the Indian Cricket Board, Dravid said, “I have had the privilege and honor of playing against Shane Warne. More importantly, I had the privilege of knowing him personally, playing with him. It will probably be one of the highlights of my cricketing career.”