The news of the death of legendary Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Rod Marsh in the morning stunned the whole world. In just a few hours, another piece of news seemed to overtake the previous mourning. Another legendary Australian cricketer Shane Warne has died after returning home in the afternoon. Australia lost two legends on the same day.

Rod Marsh was the first Australian wicketkeeper to score a century in Test cricket. He was in a coma for a long time. His death has cast a shadow of mourning over world cricket.

The legendary wicketkeeper-batsman suffered a heart attack last week. He was later admitted to the hospital. Rod Marsh is reported to have died at a hospital in Adelaide. The legendary cricketer was 84 years old at the time of his death.

. He played 96 Tests for Australia from 1980 to 1984. He stood behind the wicket and took 355 wickets.

Meanwhile, Shane Warne, another legendary Australian cricketer, died of a heart attack while the world was crying. The leg-spinner was 52 years old at the time of his death. Shane Warne was found unconscious, Fox Sports reported. Despite the best efforts of the medical staff, he could not be saved.

His worldwide popularity for leg spin was at its peak. That is why many called him Warney. Warne has been playing for almost 15 years.  

Warne has taken 607 wickets in his 145-Test career, the second highest in Test history. In addition, Warne was the best match in the 1999 World Cup final.

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