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Coldplay frontman sent a musical tribute to be played at his old friend 's funeral.
The 45-year-old musician sent an instrumental piece titled The Eulogy, which was played during the private service to the late cricket star, who passed away suddenly this month at the age of 52.
Attendees also heard Yellow by Coldplay, which was one of the sportsman's favourite tracks according to Eddie McGuire.
RIP: Coldplay's Chris Martin sent a musical tribute to be played at his old friend Shane Warne's funeral.

Pictured: koora4live Jackson Warne (front) and Warne's brother Jason (third back left) help carry the cricketing legend's coffin as Brooke and Summer watch on during Sunday's service
(I've Had) The Time of My Life from the iconic '80s movie Dirty Dancing played in the background as the spin king's coffin was driven in a hearse around the oval after the intimate funeral. 
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's son Jackson kissed his father's coffin in heartbreaking scenes at the cricketer's funeral service as he and his sisters farewell their beloved dad for the last time. 
Guests looked forlorn as they left the intimate service on Sunday, where about 80 of the cricketer's close friends and family gathered at the St Kilda Football Club to pay their respects to the sporting icon. 
Tribute: The 45-year-old musician sent an instrumental piece titled The Eulogy, which was played during the private service to the late cricket star, who passed away suddenly this month at the age of 52.

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Pictured: The order of service for Shane Warne's private funeral on Sunday at St Kilda Football Club and Moorabbin Park
Jackson was seen clutching a cricket ball as he left the procession which was hosted by Eddie McGuire and attended by a litany of high-profile guests including sporting legends and media personalities. 
Former Australian cricket captain Mark Taylor and batsman Glenn Maxwell were pictured at the service while former England captain Michael Vaughan was also in attendance. 
Warne's grief-stricken family took his coffin, draped in a St Kilda Saints scarf, for a final lap of his beloved St Kilda Football ground as his close friends watched on from the stands. 

After completing one lap of the oval, Warne's son Jackson kissed the coffin in a heart wrenching final goodbye to his dad
Former Australian cricketer Merv Hughes (left) attended the invitation-only service while Eddie McGuire (pictured right with his partner) hosted the intimate funeral and delivered the opening tribute
Jackson was seen clenching a cricket ball, a golf club and a brochure as he left the emotional funeral procession
Jackson looked a spitting image of his late father with his long blond hair and tailored black suit as he clutched a golf club and ushered his sisters into the car
The cricketer's oldest daughter, Brooke, kept sunglasses on during the procession and wore them as she left the service
Footy Show host Sam Newman (right) looked downcast as he left the private service on Sunday
Former Australian cricketers Merv Hughes and Mark Taylor stopped for a chat as they left the service
Longtime friend of the cricketer Dannii Minogue is seen leaving the intimate funeral after she described the spin king as a 'light and energy in the room' and said her heart was breaking for his family
Two songs played during the outdoor part of the service were Fix You by Coldplay and finally, as Warne's body was driven away for a final time, Simply The Best by Tina Turner. 
Emotional lyrics from the Coldplay song include 'lights will guide you home' and 'tears stream down your face when you lose something you cannot replace'. 
Simply The Best was fitting for an icon of Australian cricket who has often been described as irreplaceable. 
Warne's youngest daughter, Summer, was in tears as the service drew to a close, while his oldest daughter, Brooke, kept sunglasses on during the procession.  
Summer Warne also placed a kiss on her father's coffin after the moving procession which took place after the ceremony inside
Warne's oldest daughter Brooke is pictured at the grounds
Youngest daughter Summer Warne was in tears as the service drew to a close as Merv Hughes and Mark Howard are among those emotionally watching on
Warne's coffin was draped in two St Kilda Saints scarves - his favourite AFL team - as it was led away in a hearse
Shane Warne's ex wife Simone Callahan (centre) raises her glass with guests at the service
Guests, wearing their matching Saints scarves, were instructed to put their glasses 'high to the sky' for one final farewell of the cricket icon
Jackson and Warne's father comforted one another as they left the oval after the funeral procession
Dannii Minogue (pictured) was comforted by friends as she made her way inside the service
Guests, wearing their matching Saints scarves in a nod to Warne's favourite AFL team, were instructed to put their glasses 'high to the sky' for one final farewell.
'To Warnie,' close friend and television personality McGuire said, as cheers erupted from the crowd.    
Jackson, 22, proved yet again that he was prepared to step up for his family in his father's absence as he led his sisters Brooke, 24, and Summer, 20, to a waiting chauffeur and liaised with security at St Kilda Football Club where the funeral was held.
Jackson looked a spitting image of his late father with his long blond hair and tailored black suit as he clutched a golf club and ushered his sisters into the car.
Warne was a keen golfer, particularly after he retired from cricket, and would often travel the world to play in friendly and competitive matches with his mates.  
Shane Warne's mother Bridgette raises a glass to the guests in the club house following a funeral service in Melbourne
Guests watched on as the procession made its way around the St Kilda oval after the official funeral
Family walked behind the hearse for one slow lap of the oval to three songs in Warne's honour
Bridgette Warne touches her son's coffin for the final time after his lap around the oval
A second funeral will be held on March 30 at the MCG for a crowd of up to 100,000 fans. 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed he will attend the public service - the night after the Federal Budget is handed down.    
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin and singer Ed Sheeran are expected to send video messages to be played on big screens. 
The state memorial will be ticketed and live-streamed for those who can't be there in person, with tickets to be made available to the public soon. 
People wanting to attend the event will be able to enter a public ballot for one of 50,000 tickets.

More tickets may become available, depending on demand.
Warne was found unresponsive in his luxury villa at the Samujana resort on Koh Samui, Thailand, about 5pm on Friday, March 4 after suffering a heart attack.
His close friend Andrew Neophitou performed CPR on Warne for up to 20 minutes before first responders arrived and took over, but could not save him.  
Jackson looked a spitting image of his late father with his long blonde hair and tailored black suit as he clutched a golf club and ushered his sisters into a car ahead of the funeral
Warne's ex-wife Simone (pictured), left her house only briefly to say goodbye to her children, who departed well before the private service began at 11am.

She slipped into the service via a back door
One of the last pictures taken of Shane Warne hours before his death at a luxury resort in Koh Samui
 
 
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