Warne’s last farewell to statehood in Melbourne on March 30, Ed Sheeran to be there

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It’s been a few days since Warne left the world, bringing the whole world to a standstill. It was heard that the Australian government would bid a final farewell to the late Warne with state honours at the MCG, at his favourite ground. in the next two or three weeks. This time his day was also announced. March 30. Australia’s Scott Morrison government will bid a final farewell to statehood at the MCG on March 30. It was officially announced on Wednesday.

There are plenty of happy memories of the late legspin wizard at the MCG. Warne’s famous hat-trick in the Ashes of ’94 is on this field. The historic 700-wicket haul in 2006 also touched the MCG. Victoria’s state premier Daniel Andrews tweeted: “There is no better stage in the world than mcg to say goodbye to Warne. But before that, a funeral will be organized by Warne’s family. Which will be very personal. After that, a royal final farewell at the MCG.

Warne’s manager James Erskine said that the whole world is eager to attend the funeral of the legendary legspinner. He said, “Those who can come, will come to the MCG in person. Those who can’t, send a message. But everyone wants to come. For example, Elton John dedicated one of his own shows to Warne. Australia is a long way off. Otherwise, a lot of people would come. โ€

According to reports, Warne may be given a ticket to the farewell ceremony at the MCG. So that everyone can sit down and watch. But how many people will come will depend on Warne’s family. They’ve been told to fix it.

The presence of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is almost certain. Two famous singers, Chris Martin and Ed Sheeran, have already started thinking of flying to Australia on March 30. They also want to be at the MCG event.

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