Shane Warne's last tweet before demise goes viral


The cricket world has left in surprise when the legendary cricketer Shane Warne has been demised a few days back. However, in the last couple of years, the world of cricket has recognised that life is unpredictable.

Moreover, it has also taught us that we cannot bring back the old-time that has passed. At the age of 52, the Australian cricketer Shane Warne has passed away due to a suspected heart attack. But his name and his records will remain for many years and the cricket world will never get a bowler like him.

"Shane was found unresponsive in his villa and despite the best efforts of medical staff, he could not be revived. The family requests privacy at this time and will provide further details in due course," according to the reports from Fox. 

I didn’t say that to him and I wish I did: Ricky Ponting

Shane Warne - Ricky Ponting

After the unfortunate demise of Shane Warne, Ricky Ponting shared his feelings during a conversation with Isa Guha in the ICC Review and said, "I would say just how much I love him. I didn’t say that to him and I wish I did.

I woke up nice and early I was getting the kids ready to go to netball and Rianna (Ricky Ponting’s wife) looked at her phone and told me the news about Warney."

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"I grabbed the phone out of her hand to look at it and I couldn’t believe it and it is still the same now. It was so raw to me I couldn’t really speak and every time I thought about him and our experiences and our journey together and I just got short for words.

Even today I have had the TV on watching the tributes, but every time I hear his voice I have to turn it off. It’s been a tough couple of days, but it makes us a bit more aware of things I probably need to pay more attention to and there is stuff there for all of us to learn," Ricky Ponting told Isa Guha.

Here is the last tweet of Shane Warne: