Remembering Shane Warne ❤️️

Sky Sports Cricket published this video item, entitled “Remembering Shane Warne ❤️️” – below is their description.

Remembering Shane Warne.

Sky Sports will pay tribute to cricket legend Shane Warne throughout England’s first Test against New Zealand at Lord’s next week.

Viewers will be shown a two-part documentary “Bowled Shane,” which tells the story of the ’05 & ‘06/07 Ashes series.

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