Australian spin-bowling legend Shane Warne nearly escaped a fatal incident after falling from his bike and sliding for more than 15 meters on 28 November 2021. Warne was his son Jackson and reportedly has injured his foot, ankle, and hips.
I’m a bit battered and bruised and very sore: Shane Warne after the incident
Shane Warne went to the hospital for a check-up to make sure that he has not injured any part of his body. Even though Warne avoided any kind of serious injury, the 52-year-old is still experiencing some pain.
“I’m a bit battered and bruised and very sore,” said Shane Warne after the accident according to The Age. However, Warne is slated to make a return to the commentary box for the 1st Ashes Test match that is slated to commence on 8th December 2021 at The Gabba.
The legendary career of Shane Warne
Shane Warne is undoubtedly the greatest leg spinner to have played the game and his performances and test wickets support this fact. The leg-spin wizard played 145 Tests and 194 ODIs for the Australian side. While Warne scalped a whopping 708 wickets in the white flannels, he took 293 wickets in the ODI format of the game. He is the second-highest wicket-taker in test cricket.
Shane Warne also has a world champion tag up his sleeve as he was a part of the 1999 World Cup-winning Australian side. In fact, Warne won the Player of the Match award in the final of the 1999 World Cup against Pakistan.
Shane Warne was also a part of the Indian Premier League (IPL) and led the Rajasthan Royals (RR) side to their 1st and only IPL title in the year 2008.
• Shane Warne suffers an accident as he falls from his bike
• Warne doesn’t have any serious injuries but he is battered and bruised