Latest News – Former Australian Sniper Shane Warren Died

According to foreign media ‘Fox Sports’, the Australian sniper has lost his life at the age of 52, he died in Thailand, he died of a heart attack in Thailand.

According to a statement issued by the family, Shane was found dead in his villa. The family is currently requesting privacy and will provide more details in due course.

The former Australian League sniper was born on September 13, 1969, in Victoria, Australia. He played 145 Tests, 194 ODIs, and 301 first-class matches in his career.

During his career, he scored 3154 runs in Test matches and 1,018 runs in ODIs. He scored 12 half-centuries in Test matches and one half-century in ODIs.

In terms of bowling, he took 708 wickets in 145 Tests, of which 8 for 71 is the best bowling performance. In ODIs, he took 293 wickets in 194 ODIs, in 301 matches in his first-class career. Got 1,319 wickets.

Latest News - Former Australian Sniper Shane Warren Died

What did Shane Warren say in his last tweet?

Shane Warren last tweet

Road Marsh had a deep passion for cricket, he did a lot for the game, especially the Australian and English players.

He sent a bouquet and a message of love to Marsh’s family and the Australian cricketer shared a heart emoji.

Today has been a frustrating day for Australian cricket.

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