Shane Warne trolls Former England Captain over a Throwback Video!

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Shane Warne has made the ongoing lockdown interesting for himself by finding out a collection of videos that showed him dismissing Naasre Hussain 13 different times and he trolls the Former England Captain for the same by sharing the video and reminding Nasser Hussain about the same moment.

Warne has quite often shared video clips from his career on his Social media accounts. In his latest Twitter post, Warne shared a video of him dismissing Nasser Hussain 13 times while playing against each other from 1193 to 2002. Nasser Hussain, the former England Captain looked clueless against Shane Warne in the video shared by the leg spinner on the Twitter. Shane Warne wrote in his tweet, “Rob, you legend!!! I am sure @nassercricket enjoyed this and @robkey612 too”.

Nasser Hussain retired from the International Cricket back in 2004. He played his final Test match against New Zealand at Lord’s on May 20, 2004. During his career, Nasser Hussain featured in 96 test matches and scored 5764 runs with an average of 36.48. In One Day Internationals, Nasser Hussain played 88 games and scored 2332 runs with an average of 30.29.

Warne was one of the best leg- spinners during that era. Shane Warne went on to play 145 Test matches for his country and took a whopping 708 wickets in test cricket with an economy rate of 2.65. In white-ball cricket, Shane Warne played 194 ODI’s and gripped 293 wickets with an economy rate of 4.25.

Shane Warne played a crucial role in the inaugural edition of the IPL league. As captain of the Rajasthan royals team, Warne led them to hail the title in the first edition of the IPL league. In 2006, many believed that Rajasthan Royals were the biggest underdogs in the tournament But Shane Warne proved people wrong and led them to victory.

The former Australia captain played his final IPL match against Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. During his IPL career, Shane Warne gripped 57 wickets in 55 games with an economy rate of 7.27