Shane Warne, who took 1000 wickets in international cricket (Test and ODI), is considered to be one of the greatest bowlers in the game. He has also scored more than 3000 runs in Test cricket.
Great spinner Shane Warne will share some of the unfamiliar aspects of his fantastic cricket career and personal life through his autobiography ‘No Spin’, which will be published in October this year.
The Hebrew press announced today that Shane Warne’s autobiography ‘No Spin’ will be released on October 4 at the global level.
Iberi’s Deputy Publisher Andrew Goodfellow said that Warne’s true words in ‘No Spin’, which challenge the true story behind the headlines of the news and its associated myths and lies.
He said that it is one of the most glorious sports autobiographies due to things being said in a bold and supremely manner.
Warne’s life changed with ‘Ball of the Century’
Former Australian great leg-spinner Shane Warne threw such a magic ball on 4 June 1993 during the Ashes series, which surprised the whole world. This ball of Warne was given the ‘Ball of the Century’ status.
Warne bowled English batsman Mike Gatting in the Manchester Test against England. The ball was rotated by an angle of about 90 degrees, which surprised everyone.
Warne’s ball pitch was quite out of the leg stump and it seemed that the ball could be wide, due to which Gaiting did not try to play it. Meanwhile, a fast turn turned to go off the off stump while dodging the ball.
Let’s say that the highest wicket-taker in Warne’s Test Cricket is the second bowler of the world. He took 708 wickets in 145 Test matches, 37 times in innings, 5 or more wickets and 10 times in 10 or more wickets in the match. It can be estimated from how dangerous his bowling is. At the same time he took 293 wickets in 194 ODIs.
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