New Delhi: Australia's star leg-spinner Shane Warne died of a heart attack on Friday. Shane Warne, 52, was in Thailand when he suffered a heart attack. Fans have been emotional since his death, meanwhile, a debate has started over a statement made by India's legendary cricketer Sunil Gavaskar. In fact, Sunil Gavaskar has said that Sri Lanka's Muttiah Muralitharan was a much better spinner than Australia's Shane Warne, which his figures testify to.
When Sunil Gavaskar arrived on a TV show after Shane Warne's death, he made this statement. Sunil Gavaskar said, "For me, Indian spinners and Muthiah Muralidaran were better spinners than Shane Warne. You look at Shane Warne's record against India. It is a simple record," Sunil Gavaskar said, adding that Shane Warne got five wickets only once in Nagpur, apart from that he did not get any major breakthrough against the Indian players. But Muttiah Muralitharan had much better success against India, so I judge him better."
After this statement of the Indian legend, there is outrage among fans of Shane Warne on social media. In his tweet, Jess Mendel wrote that Sunil Gavaskar looked for this opportunity on the death of Shane Warne and described the record of Indian spinners, Muralitharan as better. In truth, Sunny just didn't have its time. Many people wrote on social media that Sunil Gavaskar should be banned from all kinds of interviews. Apart from this, there has been an objection to this statement in the British, Australian media about Sunil Gavaskar.