Australian Shane Warne, one of the greatest Australian cricketers, has died at the age of 52 in Koh Samui (Thailand) from a heart attack following the first findings, his management company announced in a press release this Friday. .
A few hours ago, Warne posted a message on his Twitter account to honor the memory of another great Australian player, Rod Marsh, who died at the age of 74, also of a heart attack.
The two men did not have much in common, as Warne was an exceptional “launcher”, primarily responsible for throwing the ball in an attempt to deceive the opposing batsman and destroy his “wicket” made up of multiple pieces. Were. Wood, behind him.
Marsh was an excellent wicketkeeper, another important position in cricket, placed behind the wicket and tasked with collecting the ball to get the batsman out.
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Throughout his career, Warne destroyed and therefore scored 708 wickets in international matches, with opposing players often having great difficulty intercepting the ball bowled to him, with incredible effect. Only one Sri Lankan pitcher did better, Muttiah Muralitharan, who stopped at 800.
Former Australian cricket captain David Warner reacted on Twitter: “Two legends of our sport left us too soon. I can’t find the words and it’s so sad. I do not believe that. RIP (Rest in Peace), we will miss you both”.
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Two stalwarts of our sport left us very soon. I am lost for words, and this is extremely sad. My thoughts and prayers are with the Marsh and Warne family. I just can’t believe it. #tear outWill miss you both https://t.co/gduLY9bIwg
— david warner (@davidwarner31) 4 March 2022
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