World's greatest leggie Shane Warne now can end his cricketing career with a game in the IPL against Mumbai
Indians and now he can also bowl for the last time to his most favorite opponent Sachin Tendulkar
in Rajasthan Royals's last game in the IPL 2011 at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Friday, May 20.
Earlier on Tuesday, Rajasthan Royals skipper Shane Warne and Rajasthan Cricket Association secretary Sanjay Dixit appeared before the three members of the IPL disciplinary committee including IPL chairman Chirayu Amin, Ravi Shastri
and IMG's legal counsel John Loffhagen at the BCCI's headquarters in Mumbai on Tuesday version.
The Rajasthan Cricket Association had complained against Warne to the BCCI and IPL that he had reportedly abused RCA Secretary Sanjay Dixit after his team's loss to Bangalore
last week. The war of words began between Shane Warne and Sanjay Dixit as the pitch at Sawai Mansingh Stadium was changed on May 9 against Chennai
Super Kings game.
Shane Warne has played 145 test matches and claimed 708 wickets with five wickets haul in an inning 37 times and 10 wickets in a match 10 times. In the 194 one day internationals he has played, Shane Warne bagged 293 wickets and in the IPL, Warne has played 54 games for Rajasthan Royals so far, and picked 57 wickets.