The death of Australian legend Shane Warne has also surprised his teammates. From the players who played with him to the players who came after him, they have also become emotional with his death. Legendary leg-spinner Shane Warne passed away in Thailand at the age of 52. He breathed his last in Samui, Thailand. Doctors have to talk about the fact that he died of a heart attack. Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting looked very sad about the departure of his friend.
Ponting has been seen crying many times remembering Shane Warne. Ponting said of Warne, "Like other people in the world, I was shocked to hear the news. I went to bed thinking I had to take my daughters for netball, but when woke up everything had completely changed. It took me several hours to digest this news. Warne was an important part of my life. I have never played with a better bowler than him.
Ricky Ponting has also written a long post on social media remembering Shane Warne. In this post, he wrote that it is very difficult to put it into words. I first met him when I was 15. He gave me my stomach name (punter). We've been on the team for more than a decade. See all the ups and downs together. He was someone you could always trust. I'm proud to have played with the greatest bowler I've ever played.