BCB to observe one minute silence in memories of Shane Warne
CRICDOT DESK : Legendary Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne has died. He is thought to have died of a heart attack. The England and Australia Cricket Board mourned his death. The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has also expressed grief.
In a statement, the BCB said it was “deeply saddened” by the deaths of Shane Warne, 52, and Rodney Marsh, 64. The board extends its condolences to their families and fans. In the last T20 match of the series against Afghanistan, they were asked to observe a minute of silence before the start of the match out of respect.
The ECB has expressed its condolences over the death of Shane Warne. The England cricketers observed a minute of silence during the match against the West Indies Cricket Board. Former and current cricketers also tweeted condolences.
Several footballers have mourned the death of Shane Warne. Gary Lineker tweeted, ‘Shane Warne is dead. I was shocked to hear. He is the best spinner I have ever seen. I can’t believe the news of his death. ’James Carragher wrote,‘ The best bowler I have ever seen. Warne from the other side. ‘