Death of cricketer Phillip Hughes

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This is for sad news for cricket lovers that Phillip Hughes had died. He was injured by the bouncer of Sean Abbott on Tuesday in the Sheffield Shield tournament of Australia. He was not out on 63 in that match. He tries to pulls the bouncer of over 90 miles per hour. He fails to connect the bat with the ball. Ball struck him on his back side of the head on the neck. He tries to stand but fell down on the pitch. All players gathered near him. Team doctor comes in and try to giving him breath. After half an hour ambulance came in took Phillip Hughes to the hospital. Doctor did the operation quickly of the head. After operation he was shifted to the I.C.U.  All players from the national team of Australia comes hospital to meet Phillip Hughes. Doctors tell the next 48 hours will be very important for Phillip Hughes. Captain of Australia team Michael Clark stay two days in hospital. Coach Lehman, David Warner, Brad Haddin, Mitchell Starc and Adam Gilchrist were also there. On Thursday a news come out that Phillip Hughes is passed away. After listening, this sad news player from all over the world shocked. All were sad due to the death of Phillip Hughes. Michael Clarke read the message of Phillip Hughes family. They were thankful to the support of public and all the cricketers.  

Phillip Hughes played his last series against Pakistan. He played his last one day and T-20 matches against Pakistan.  He was very good talented and smiley cricketer. But now he is not with us. Du to this second day of test match was abandoned between of Pakistan and New Zealand. Second day was played on Friday. Players give the tribute to Phillip Hughes with 2 minute silence in Sharjah Cricket Ground. Players from both teams wear the black ribbon on the shoulder arms. Zimbabwe and Bangladesh players also give the tribute with 1 minute silent before the match. In today’s match, England and Sri Lanka players will also wears the black ribbon. The whole cricket world is sad in these days due the death of Phillip Hughes. 

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