Shane Warne Death: What was Shane Warne’s last tweet, remembered this great player

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new Delhi: 13 hours before Shane Warne’s death, he condoled the death of legendary Australian wicketkeeper Rod Marsh. The cricket world is shocked by the demise of these two great players within 24 hours. Rod Marsh suffered a heart attack last week in Queensland. He was in a coma and died at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Warne was found dead at a villa in Thailand on Friday, March 4. His family said in a statement, “The doctors have made a failed attempt to save him.” Warne was deeply saddened by the passing of Rod Marsh. He also expressed grief by tweeting on this. Marsh played 96 Test matches for Australia. He had hit three centuries in this. Along with this, he had 355 victims behind the wicket. Warne had tweeted, ‘Very sad to hear about the passing of Rod Marsh. He was a great player of our game and an inspiration to young boys and girls. Rod was deeply concerned about cricket and gave a lot to the players of Australia and England in particular. Much love to Rod and his family. May your soul rest in peace.’ Warne had tweeted this from his villa on Thursday evening. He was sitting in his villa in Thailand. Warne had a Covid-19 infection last year. In his last Instagram post, Warne had set a target of being fit by July 2022. He said ‘Operation started’.

[Attribution to NBT]

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