Shane Warne Death Anniversary: ​​Sachin Tendulkar remembered Shane Warne, said a big thing

Shane Warne Death Anniversary Sachin Tendulkar

Shane Warne Death Anniversary: Today is the first death anniversary of Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne, on which all the legends of cricket are remembering Shane Warne. The friendship of Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne has been evident in cricket. Both were very good friends of each other. In such a situation, Sachin Tendulkar has said a big thing while remembering him today.

we played memorable matches

Remembering Shane Warne, Sachin Tendulkar wrote that ‘we have played some memorable matches on the field and have shared equally memorable moments after that. I remember you not only as a great cricketer but also as a good friend. I am sure with your sense of humor and charisma, you are making heaven a more attractive place than ever, Varney!. Please tell that both the veteran cricketers used to meet each other often even after retirement.

At the same time, Australia veteran and his partner Adam Gilchrist wrote that ‘to the man who inspired me to chase a dream and the man who was a dream by your side … you both continue.’

Rajasthan Royals also remembered

Shane Warne’s fire has been seen in IPL as well. Under his captaincy, the IPL team Rajasthan Royals won the first title. Rajasthan Royals have also praised him by tweeting. Apart from this, many former players including Adam Gilchrist, former England captain Michael Vaughan, Shane Watson remembered the Australian legend. Everyone has shared their memories with him.

Let us inform that Australia’s greatest spinner Shane Warne had said goodbye to the world on this very day. He died in Koh Samui, Thailand. It is said that he had a heart attack. People were surprised by the sudden departure of this legendary cricketer.

Legendary spinner of cricket history

Shane Warne is counted among the legendary spinners in cricket history. Shane Warne still holds the record for the second highest number of wickets in Tests after Muttiah Muralitharan. He has taken 708 wickets in 145 Test matches. While he has taken 293 wickets in 194 ODIs. As brilliant as Shane Warne’s career was, his life was equally controversial. In such a situation, he always remained in the discussion.

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