Shane Warne, the legendary Australian leg spinner, died after a suspected heart attack at the age of 52. Between 1992 and 2007, the former Australia spinner appeared in 145 Tests and 194 One-Day Internationals.

“We regret to inform you that Shane Keith Warne died today, Friday, March 4th, in Koh Samui, Thailand, of a suspected heart attack. Shane was discovered motionless in his villa, and despite medical staff’s best attempts, he was unable to be revived. The family begs privacy at this time and will provide additional information as soon as possible “MPC Entertainment, Warne’s management business, stated in a statement.

While Warne enjoyed bowling against all sides, he was particularly successful against England and South Africa, taking 325 of his 708 Test wickets against them. The ball of the century was his delivery to Mike Gatting in the Manchester Ashes Test in 1993. His finest bowling performance in a Test innings came against England in Brisbane in 1994, when he took 8 for 71. One of his best Test performances came against England in 2005, when he finished the historic series with 40 wickets and the Player of the Series title.