Friday 04th March 2022, the world of cricket lost not just one of its greatest cricketers but also one its greatest characters. Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne was found dead in his hotel room at Koh Samui in Thailand of a suspected heart attack. He was 52, long retired but active as a commentator, his insights on the game as rare and precious as his art.That “there was no one quite lik” is often uttered as a formality at farewells and in obituaries. But the cliche could not have been truer in Warne’s case. Few bowled leg-spin like him 708 Test wickets and 293 ODI wickets are proof of that. Enough it would be to say that no one bowled like him, any bowler across any era.
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