Shane Warne fans are claiming he predicted the heroics of Travis Head in this year’s Cricket World Cup, after an eerie tweet came true from the late cricketer.
Head just became a cricketing legend himself after masterful play during his World Cup innings, helping to get Australia the win.
Despite a broken hand causing a cloud of injury for the player, he managed to help guide the Aussie team to a six-wicket victory with 42 balls remaining.
Spin king Warne proved he was way ahead of the crowd in December 2016, as he picked Head as a future star of the game.
‘I’m a big fan of Travis Head as a cricketer, I believe he will be a future star for Australia in all forms of the game,’ Warne wrote on X, previously called Twitter.
The Tweet proved Warne certainly knew how to pick emerging stars of the game, considering it was penned seven years ago.
Warne died of a heart attack at the age of 52 while holidaying on the island Ko Samui, Thailand, on March 4, 2022.
The legendary cricket prediction came just hours after Shane was remembered by Coldplay frontman, Chris Martin, on Sunday.
In a video taken at the Perth concert by the cricket legend’s daughter Summer Warne, frontman Chris Martin sang, ‘thanks for everything, Shane’.
In other lyrics, Martin crooned that Warne ‘couldn’t say no to any kind of pleasure’ and joked that he ‘needed sunglasses just to look at your teeth’.
Summer, 22, captioned her post of the video, ‘The most amazing song dedicated to Dad. Thank you Chris, so beautiful. Love you dad xx’.
Warne previously joined Coldplay on stage to play the harmonica alongside his friend, Martin.
Shane had three children with ex-wife Simone Callahan, including daughter Brooke, 26, son Jackson, 23, and Summer.