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History Of Shane Warne

History Of Shane Warne

History of Shane Warne

Shane Warne History

History of Shane Warne
Date of Birth September 13, 1969
Place of Birth Melbourne(Australia)
Teams Australia, Victoria, Hampshire
Test Debut Against India, Sydney, 1992
Test Performance 708 Wickets in 145 Tests (average: 25.41)
ODI Performance 293 Wickets in 194 matches (average: 25.73)
Wisden's one of the five Best cricketers of 20th century

First Bowler in Test History to take

1994 Became the first bowler in the 90 years' history of Ashes to take a Hat-trick in Melbourne
1999 Adjudged 'Man of the Match' in the World Cup final which Australia won
2000 Broke Dennis Lillie's Australian record of 355 wickets during his New Zealand tour
2001 Took his 400th wicket in the Ashes series; made his highest score in a Test innings (99) against New Zealand
2004 Made a comeback to Test cricket after a long absence and got his 500th Test Wicket; also broke Sri Lankan M. Muralitharan`s world record of 532 wickets.
2005 Completed his tally of 600 Test wickets; took 40 wickets in the Ashes series and also broke Dennis Lillie's world record of highest wickets (85) in a calendar year
2006 In the fourth Ashes Test in Melbourne, he took the wicket of Englands Andrew Strauss, thus becoming the first bowler in the history of Test cricket to take 700 or more wickets.
2007 Announced retirement from international cricket at the peak of his prominence as the best leg spinner as well as the highest wicket taker in the history of Test cricket.
700 Wickets



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