Shane Warne - Career In Pictures

Shane Warne made his Test debut on January 2, 1992 vs India

The Australian redefined spin bowling with the 'ball of the century' in 1993 to dismiss Mike Gatting

Shane Warne starred in the 1996 World Cup semis against West Indies before Australia lost the final to Sri Lanka

Shane Warne had a long-time rivalry with India's Sachin Tendulkar and were involved in some epic duels, notably in the late 90s

Shane Warne took four wickets in the 1999 World Cup semi-final against South Africa and as many in the final as Australia beat Pakistan

In December 2002, Shane Warne suffered a serious shoulder injury during an ODI against England

Shane Warne was banned from the 2003 World Cup after failing a drug Test

Shane Warne was part of the Australian team which won their first series in India in 2004 since 1969

Shane Warne took 40 wickets in the 2005 Ashes despite Australia losing a thrilling series against a strong England side

Shane Warne retired from international cricket after the 2006/7 Ashes and completed 1000 international wickets during the series

Shane Warne led Rajasthan Royals to IPL victory in the inaugural 2008 season

After his retirement, he worked as a cricket commentator and pundit

Shane Warne died of a suspected heart attack on Friday

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