Austrlian legend Shane Warne insists Sri Lankan
spinner Muttiah Muralitharan reached the astonishing haul
with his final ball in Test Cricket when he dismissed Pragyan
Ojha to bring India's second innings to an end to an end
in the first test at Galle on Thursday.

He went to play requiring eight wickets and completed the
task in a dramatic fashion, much to the delight of retired
spinner Warne. The 40 years olds is second to Muralitharan
in the all time list on 708 wicked after Sri Lankan passed
Warne's mark in December 2007. I do not think if any one may
reach to 800 mark made by Murali, Warne told Sky Sports.

" There was a lot to like about Murali, he always had smile
on his faceand he always seemed to be enjoying his cricket.
I always admired him from a distance and when we played
against each other and we always tried to undo each other.