8 Of The Greatest Moments Of Shane Warne's Career

The Ball of the century

Just look at that. Even god himself would have looked foolish to that delivery.

700th wicket on the final day

A packed MCG crowd had to wait for more than 40 overs to see their hero take wicket No.700 but in the end, it was all worth it.

win the inaugural IPL in 2008

Warne led a group of relatively unknown cricketers and Graeme Smith to the IPL final against all odds and all bets and then defeated MS Dhoni's CSK in the final, to script the perfect underdog story that had ever been written.

Andrew Strauss' innings

It pitched way outside the off-stump into the rough and Andrew Strauss thought it better to leave the ball than attempt to play it. Unfortunately for him, the leather found the timber behind him with relative ease.

Shane Warne became the 7th player to take an Ashes hattrick.

8-71 against England

Chasing 508 to win, the Englishmen were going for a draw but Warnie had other ideas. He bowled in excess of 50 years to take 8 wickets and hand Australia the win.

Warne almost got a Test century

He was dismissed for 99 but the bowler had overstepped. If only DRS were available at the time, the legendary cricketer could have added another feather to his very decorated hat.

The 1999 World Cup semi-final

At 48/0 chasing 214, South Africa was well on the way to ending their World Cup jinx but then Shane Warne stepped in with the big guns. In the space of three overs, he bagged three wickets to turn the tide in Australia's favour.

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