Chris Martin Plays one of Shane Warne’s favourite songs “Yellow” as a tribute to the Late Cricketer 

At Shane Warne’s memorial, Chris Martin plays the legendary cricketer’s favourite song “Yellow” when he is on tour in Central America.

On March 4, Australian Cricketer Shane Warne was found dead in his hotel room at Koh Samui in Bangkok, Thailand. According to the Autopsy report, He died of a heart attack. This 52-years old cricketer was one of the all-time players of all time. The Private funeral was held in his hometown of Melbourne on March 20 with his family and friends about 80 guests were present.

To make this legendary cricketer Rest in Peace, The state memorial service for Shane Warne is taking place today in Australia’s Melbourne Cricket ground in front of 50,000 people. To this memorial, fans, family and cricketers came to bid farewell to this legend. This moment is being Live-streamed for the world’s People to Witness.

Many of the singers and Cricketers paid their tribute to Shane Warne. Among them was Chris Martin, a close friend of the late cricketer who is on tour in Central America, he performed a live Yellow by Cold play which is one of Shane Warne’s favourites. Earlier, In the ceremony, An Instrumental Piece titled “Eulogy” was played which is specially written by Chris Matin for Warne.

Before Playing Martin said, “I am sorry I cannot be there today. We are on tour in Central America and there are a lot of background noises, but I feel like that may be Ok with him I think Chaos and Shane were good friends.”

The Musician continued, ” You may hear a rooster in the distance, which I am thinking of like him. Because he and rooster shared some qualities.”

After Martin’s song, John Steven and Ed Sheeran played some of Warner’s favourite tunes.

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