The numbers don’t even mean Shane Warne – Shane Warne is dead

‘That can’t be true …’

This cry is not only of Sir Viv Richards, but of everyone in the cricket world. Cricket, which is busy mourning the death of former wicketkeeper Rodney Marsh, came to a literal standstill on Friday. Legend Shane Warne, who revived the leg-spin industry, has died at his villa in Thailand. The 52-year-old leg-spinner was initially reported to have suffered a heart attack.

As long as you have played, you have enjoyed. In the modern era, cricketers are becoming less and less interesting – Warne was an exception in their crowd. Enjoyed as long as you were. Whether it’s spinning or sledging the opponent on the playing field. He has also lived a colorful life outside the field. Not only in cricket, but also in the number of wickets so he can never be considered. To understand Shane Warne, you have to look at his bowling. His career figures fail to impress the wrist twist, the application of wit and the lively Shane Warne.

Let’s take a look at the statistics that are unable to explain the superiority of the legend:
1001: Shane Warne’s wicket in his international career. Only two bowlers in international cricket have the reputation of taking 1000 wickets. The other is his spin rival Muttiah Muralitharan.

339 — International Cricket Warne match. The number of ODIs played by Warne in 145 Test matches is comparatively less – only 194.

606 – Shane Warne’s wicket in Test cricket. Warne was the first bowler to reach the milestone of 600 and 700 wickets.

293: Number of wickets taken by Warne in ODIs.

Warne’s wicket in the Test Test in 1996. No bowler in the history of cricket has taken so many wickets in a single calendar year.

17 – Warne wins Matchsera award in Test career.
1001: Shane Warne’s wicket in his international career. Only two bowlers in international cricket have the reputation of taking 1000 wickets. The other is his spin rival Muttiah Muralitharan.

339 — International Cricket Warne match. The number of ODIs played by Warne in 145 Test matches is comparatively less – only 194.

606 – Shane Warne’s wicket in Test cricket. Warne was the first bowler to reach the milestone of 600 and 700 wickets.

293: Number of wickets taken by Warne in ODIs.

Warne’s wicket in the Test Test in 1996. No bowler in the history of cricket has taken so many wickets in a single calendar year.

17 – Warne wins Matchsera award in Test career.

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