Shane Warne, who was considered one of Wisden’s Five Cricketers of the Century, used to have a 15-year career with Australia.

Proudly proclaiming 708 Test wickets and winning the ODI World Cup in 1999.

He died after a suspected heart attack, according to his manager Michael Cohen.

“Despite the greatest efforts of medical staff, Shane was found unconscious in his villa and can not be revived.”

“At this time, the family begs privacy and will share additional information as soon as possible.” Cohen’s statement stated.

The terrible news comes just hours after another Australian cricket legend,

former wicketkeeper Rod Marsh, died of a heart attack at the age of 74 earlier this week.

In the early 1990s, he was known “Warney” across the cricketing world.

He was without a doubt one of the great icons of international cricket.

A guy who almost single-handedly revitalised the art of legspin.

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