Tribute To Shane Warne: The death of Shane Warne saddens the whole world. Wherever cricket is being played worldwide, tributes are being paid to him everywhere, whether Mohali of India, Rawalpindi of Pakistan or New Zealand’s land hosting the Women’s World Cup.
Players everywhere paid tribute to Shane Warne by keeping silent. Along with this, wearing a black bandage on the arms, came down on the field. Australia’s legendary leg-spinner Shane Warne died of a heart attack in Thailand on Friday. He was only 52 years old.
Tribute To Shane Warne
Condoling the death of Shane Warne and Rod Marsh in the ICC World Cup, players from Australia and England observed a minute’s silence ahead of the match that began on Saturday. During this, there was silence on the field. To pay tribute to Warne, the cricket fans on the ground also observed silence.
A wave of mourning from Mohali to Rawalpindi
The wave of mourning over the death of Shane Warne was also seen in the second day’s game of the Mohali Test, where the players of India and Sri Lanka came out on the field with black bands on their arms. A similar scene was also seen in Rawalpindi, where players from Pakistan and Australia paid tribute to cricket legend Shane Warne by observing a minute’s silence. Apart from observing silence, the players of Pakistan and Australia also tied black bands on their arms.