Shane Warne’s Gin Company To Produce Hand Sanitizers

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Former Australian spinner Shane Warne recently focused on not including players like Sachin Tendulkar, Gautam Gambhir, and Bhuvneshwar Kumar in his all-time IPL XI. Now, Warne has come out with an explanation as to why he didn't pick the players mentioned above the team. The 50-year-old played for the Rajasthan Royals in the IPL from 2008 to 2011. Surprisingly, he guided his inexperienced team to win the first season of a cash-strapped league. He has taken 57 wickets in 55 games in his successful IPL career. Later, Warne mentored the Royals in the tournament, and he still invested his shares with former IPL champions. Shane Warne defended his IPL XI Recently, in an Instagram live session, Warne revealed his all-time IPL XI, where he picked only Indian players. He picked Rohit Sharma and Virender Sehwag as openers for the team. Spin all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja followed by Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, Yusuf Pathan, and MS Dhoni for the middle order. The former player only made one major spinner in his team - Harbhajan Singh. Meanwhile, in the fast bowling line-up are Munaf Patel, Siddharth Trivedi, and Zaheer Khan. Yusuf Pathan also praised the performances in a live Instagram session. In 2008, Pathan scored against the Mumbai Indians at Wankhede Stadium, scoring 56 off 39 balls in the final against Chennai Super Kings. Rajasthan helped the Royals win the IPL opening season. After Warne revealed his IPL XI, fans were trolling him for not including players like Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Sachin Tendulkar, and Gautam Gambhir. Some have questioned Shane Warne on Twitter as to why he didn't pick the best players in the Indian Premier League in his preferred XI. Now, Shane Warne has come out clarifying his selection. The former Aussie player said that he played in IPL from 2008 to 2011. So, he has picked only those cricketers that he found best in that particular period. The 50-year-old took to his Twitter handle and wrote, “FYI – In the 4 yrs I played IPL between 2008-11 & didn’t include any internationals!.”
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Shane Warne Gin Distillery SevenZeroEight Has Decided To Make Hand Sanitizers For Hospitals:

To tackle the COVID19 pandemic, Australia Prime minister, Scott Morrison has told to business organizations to produce a “wartime shift” and make materials necessary to deal with this deadly virus.

Australian cricket star Shane Warne has shared a press release that demonstrated that his gin distillery SevenZeroEight has decided to make hand sanitizers.

The press release stated that “ Shane Warne, as well as his two famous WA surgical specialists, have decided not to produce their award-winning SevenZeroEight gin and make 70 percent alcohol hand sanitizers for hospitals until further notice.”

Furthermore, it added, “An agreement has already been done to provide hand sanitizers to two Western Australian hospitals continuously.”

“ This is a very tough time for Australians and all we have to do all those things, which can help our healthcare system to fight the disease and save lives. I feel happy as SevenZeoEight has the capability to make this move and give confidence to other people to do the same”. Shane Warne further said.

On Wednesday (18-0302020), the prime minister of Australia Scott Morrison announced a “human biosecurity emergency” and said to all the citizens of Australia that now all should avoid traveling overseas due to the coronavirus pandemic that could exist at least six months.

The formal announcement of the prime minister provides the government the power to shut down cities of regions enforce curfews and ordered citizens to quarantine if deemed essential to contain the virus spreading.

The upgrade in the official announcement to an unparalleled “Level 4: Don’t travel” to any overseas in the world, which was incorporated by a ban on any unnecessary indoor gatherings of a maximum of 100 people.

The COVID19, which was the first outbreak in Wuhan in China’s Hubei region, but now it has affected more than 2,20,000 people as per the latest report.

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