Australian legendary cricketer Shane Warne no more, died at the age of 52

Australian legendary cricketer Shane Warne no more, died at the age of 52  Shane Warne, a 52-year-old former leg-spinner of the Australian cricket team, passed away. It is being told that the former veteran player has died due to heart attack.   Canberra:Shane Warne, a 52-year-old former leg-spinner of the Australia National Cricket Team, passed away on Friday. It is being told that the former veteran player has died due to a heart attack. Warne was present in Thailand during this time. According to the information received, Warne was present in his villa, where he was found unconscious.  Let us tell you that the Australian legend started his international Test career in the year 1992 against the Indian team in Sydney. At the same time, he played his last Test match against England in the year 2007 in Sydney itself.  Talking about Warne's cricket career, he has many big records in his name in the cricket field. Warne is currently the second highest wicket-taker in Test cricket in the world. Playing 145 Test matches for his team, the Australian spinner has taken a total of 708 wickets in 273 innings at an average of 25.4. During this, he has also achieved the feat of taking four wickets 48 times and five wickets 37 times.  Talking about his ODI career, he has taken 293 wickets in 191 innings at an average of 25.7 while playing 194 matches for Australia. In ODI cricket, he has the feat of taking 12 fours and one five-wicket haul.

Shane Warne, a 52-year-old former leg-spinner of the Australian cricket team, passed away. It is being told that the former veteran player has died due to heart attack. 


Canberra:Shane Warne, a 52-year-old former leg-spinner of the Australia National Cricket Team, passed away on Friday. It is being told that the former veteran player has died due to a heart attack. Warne was present in Thailand during this time. According to the information received, Warne was present in his villa, where he was found unconscious.

Let us tell you that the Australian legend started his international Test career in the year 1992 against the Indian team in Sydney. At the same time, he played his last Test match against England in the year 2007 in Sydney itself.

Talking about Warne's cricket career, he has many big records in his name in the cricket field. Warne is currently the second highest wicket-taker in Test cricket in the world. Playing 145 Test matches for his team, the Australian spinner has taken a total of 708 wickets in 273 innings at an average of 25.4. During this, he has also achieved the feat of taking four wickets 48 times and five wickets 37 times.

Talking about his ODI career, he has taken 293 wickets in 191 innings at an average of 25.7 while playing 194 matches for Australia. In ODI cricket, he has the feat of taking 12 fours and one five-wicket haul. 

Marquez surprised by Honda's performance in Qatar  Marc Marquez did not expect that he would be able to start the first day of the 2022 MotoGP season solidly in second place in the second free practice session of the Qatar Grand Prix on Friday.  The Repsol Honda rider arrived at the Lusail Circuit highly motivated after the winter break and positive results from pre-season tests at Sepang and Mandalika.  FP1 in Qatar was held in the afternoon and FP2 was held in the evening under the lights of the circuit on the outskirts of the city of Doha.  Marquez competed closely with Alex Rins in the second practice session where he and the team rider Suzuki Ecstar took turns to occupy the top of the record time.  The eight-time world champion had to settle for second place on a combined practice record but with a fairly thin margin of 0.035 seconds from his compatriot who scored a best lap time of 1:53,432.  "I think we are in a better position than we expected and I think a good target for us tomorrow is to aim for the front two rows," Marquez said on the team's official website.  Marquez admitted that the Suzuki and Yamaha riders were quite quick to appear at Lusail when trying to push the limits of the RC213V motorcycle which underwent radical changes this season.  "We still have to figure out how to improve our rhythm and close the gap a little bit going forward.  "Some say I raced quite 'cleanly, unlike Marquez's style, but the lap time can still be improved.  Joan Mir confirms the performance of the Suzuki GSX-RR motorcycle in third place.  Rookie best last year Jorge Martin (Pramac) became the fastest Ducati rider in P4, ahead of Franco Morbidelli who secured P5 for Yamaha.  Jack Miller of the factory Ducati team finished sixth, ahead of Aleix Espargaro of the Aprilia team.  World champion Fabio Quartararo is 0.4 seconds adrift of the session leader in P8, slightly ahead of Pol Espargaro (Repsol Honda) and Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) who completed the top ten to hold the ticket while qualifying straight for Q2.  FP3 will be the last chance for the drivers to lock in the top ten positions to secure a ticket to qualify for Q2.  "It's still Friday, the weekend has just started. From Friday to Saturday then to Sunday, everything can change.  "Today I was pressing, tomorrow I'm going to push again," Marquez said.  Of his seven appearances at the Lusail International Circuit, Marquez has claimed one win and only missed the podium twice.  The Losail Circuit, on the outskirts of Doha, entered the MotoGP calendar in 2004 and held a night race for the first time in 2008.  Since 2007 the circuit has not been absent from the calendar except in 2020 when the world was shaken by COVID-19.  The start of this year's Qatar GP has been pushed forward to 18:00 local time before sunset or at 22:00 WIB.  Yamaha won two races last year in Qatar through the brilliant performances of Maverick Vinales and Fabio Quartararo.

Marquez surprised by Honda's performance in Qatar


Marc Marquez did not expect that he would be able to start the first day of the 2022 MotoGP season solidly in second place in the second free practice session of the Qatar Grand Prix on Friday.

The Repsol Honda rider arrived at the Lusail Circuit highly motivated after the winter break and positive results from pre-season tests at Sepang and Mandalika.

FP1 in Qatar was held in the afternoon and FP2 was held in the evening under the lights of the circuit on the outskirts of the city of Doha.

Marquez competed closely with Alex Rins in the second practice session where he and the team rider Suzuki Ecstar took turns to occupy the top of the record time.

The eight-time world champion had to settle for second place on a combined practice record but with a fairly thin margin of 0.035 seconds from his compatriot who scored a best lap time of 1:53,432.

"I think we are in a better position than we expected and I think a good target for us tomorrow is to aim for the front two rows," Marquez said on the team's official website.

Marquez admitted that the Suzuki and Yamaha riders were quite quick to appear at Lusail when trying to push the limits of the RC213V motorcycle which underwent radical changes this season.

"We still have to figure out how to improve our rhythm and close the gap a little bit going forward.

"Some say I raced quite 'cleanly, unlike Marquez's style, but the lap time can still be improved.

Joan Mir confirms the performance of the Suzuki GSX-RR motorcycle in third place.

Rookie best last year Jorge Martin (Pramac) became the fastest Ducati rider in P4, ahead of Franco Morbidelli who secured P5 for Yamaha.

Jack Miller of the factory Ducati team finished sixth, ahead of Aleix Espargaro of the Aprilia team.

World champion Fabio Quartararo is 0.4 seconds adrift of the session leader in P8, slightly ahead of Pol Espargaro (Repsol Honda) and Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) who completed the top ten to hold the ticket while qualifying straight for Q2.

FP3 will be the last chance for the drivers to lock in the top ten positions to secure a ticket to qualify for Q2.

"It's still Friday, the weekend has just started. From Friday to Saturday then to Sunday, everything can change.

"Today I was pressing, tomorrow I'm going to push again," Marquez said.

Of his seven appearances at the Lusail International Circuit, Marquez has claimed one win and only missed the podium twice.

The Losail Circuit, on the outskirts of Doha, entered the MotoGP calendar in 2004 and held a night race for the first time in 2008.

Since 2007 the circuit has not been absent from the calendar except in 2020 when the world was shaken by COVID-19.

The start of this year's Qatar GP has been pushed forward to 18:00 local time before sunset or at 22:00 WIB.

Yamaha won two races last year in Qatar through the brilliant performances of Maverick Vinales and Fabio Quartararo.
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