Shane Warne laid a trap, then did amazing, showed the world such charisma for the first time

Fans are missing Shane Warne today. Warne’s ball is spinning in front of his eyes, on which the wonder of the cricket world happened, which had never happened before.

Shane Warne completed his 600 Test wickets in the Ashes series against England in 2005

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New Delhi. Shane Warne Even though you may not live in this world today, today is August 11. Warne fans are missing. At the same time, that ball of Warne is spinning in front of the eyes, on which he laid the net of the English batsman and then what happened, it had never happened before in the world of cricket. The matter is from 2005. The Ashes series was being played between Australia and England. The match was being played at Old Trafford, Manchester.

Warne traps Trescothick

On strike was opener Marcus Trescothick, who was a big challenge for Australia. Shane Warne laid a net to trap him and threw the ball outside off-stump, on which Trescothick tried to play a sweep shot and in this attempt he caught wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist. Trescothick fell victim to Warne and after this wicket, the whole stadium erupted with applause. The spectators stood up and greeted Warne, as he had achieved such a feat with this wicket, which had never happened before in the world of cricket.

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First bowler to take 600 test wickets

On 11 August 2005, the legendary leg-spinner Shane Warne became the first bowler in the world to take 600 Test wickets. Warne is the second highest Test wicket taker in the world and the first bowler in Australia. Today 17 years have been completed for this historic moment. The magician of spin made his international debut in 1992 with a Test match against India. At the same time, he made his debut in ODI cricket a year later against New Zealand. Warne’s last match was against England in 2007. He took 1 thousand 1 wickets in his entire international career. He took 708 wickets in 145 Test matches and 293 wickets in 194 ODIs. Shane Warne In March this year, at the age of 52, he said goodbye to the world. He breathed his last in Thailand. He was found unconscious in a villa in Koh Samui, Thailand.

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