Legendary Australian cricketer Shane Warne, who mourned the death of Rod Marsh on Friday (March 4) morning, left for his homeland in the afternoon. News of his death was immediately reported in various international media.

Shortly after Shane Warne’s death, a message was sent to his numerous fans from his Facebook page. The message announced the death of the legendary cricketer.

The social media manager may have confirmed the news of Shane Warne’s death in a short message from one of his relatives or at their behest from Shane Warne’s Verified Facebook. The cause of death has also been added in short.

The post said: “I am deeply saddened to learn that Shane Keith Warne died of a (suspected) heart attack in Koh Samui, Thailand on Friday. Shane Warne was found unconscious in his home, with medical staff trying their best. However, he did not survive.

Meanwhile, the whole world is mourning Warne’s death. “Shane Warne was one of the best bowlers in the world of cricket,” Tiger ODI captain Tamim Iqbal wrote on his Facebook page, referring to Warne’s death as a legend.
Mushfiqur Rahim wrote on his Facebook page wishing Warne peace of mind, ‘I am surprised at the news of Shane Warne’s death! He left in a very short time …. ‘

On the other hand, Pakistan captain Babar Azam wrote, ‘It’s hard to believe. A big loss for the cricket world. He has inspired generation after generation with his magical spin. I will miss you Shane Warne all the time. ‘

Meanwhile, Shakib Al Hasan wrote, ‘I am saddened by the death of cricket legend Shane Warne. As long as cricket survives among us, this spin magician will remain in our hearts. ‘

tweeted about Rod on Friday morning. He wrote in a tweet, “I am saddened by the news of Marsh’s death. He was a legend, an inspiration to many young people. Marsh took good care of cricket. He has given a lot to cricket in Australia and England. Lots of love for him. ‘

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