Australian captain Pat Cummins, currently leading the team on a tour of Pakistan, said legendary spinner Shane Warne, who died Friday, was a hero to the current generation of cricketers. So many guys in this team and squad still hold him as a hero, he said in a video message released to media Friday night. "The loss that we are all trying to wrap our heads around is huge.
The game was never the same after Warnie emerged, and the game will never be the same after his passing. Warne, widely regarded as one of the best Test players of all time, died of a suspected heart attack in Thailand, aged 52. Test captain Pat Cummins reacts to the shock news of Shane Warne's passing.
The news came just hours after the death was announced of fellow Australian great Rod Marsh, one of cricket's outstanding wicketkeepers.has been a really tough day after the passing of Rod. We just wish the best for both families," said Cummins. The Australians are playing in Pakistan for the first time since 1998, having declined to tour previously because of security issues