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Phillip Hughes Died After Crucial Brain Injuries

A bad news come from Australian Region that the youngster opener of Australian Cricket Philip Hughes dies at age of 25 after being hit by the bouncer from Sean Abbott. All this happened when a First Class Match on Tuesday 25th November 2014 was being played between New South Wales & South Australia. Phillip Hughes was played brilliantly but when he was reached at the score of 63* (161 4sx9 6sx0) Sean Abbott hit a fast bouncer which hit on his head. After that Phillip Hughes was immediately admitted to St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney but he can't survived from crucial brain injuries and died on 27th November 2014....


About Philip Hughes

Phillip Joel Hughes was born on 30th November 1988 at Macksville, New South Wales. And belongs to many major teams like Mumbai Indians, New South Wales, New South Wales Under-19s, South Australia, Western Suburbs, Worcestershire, Australia, Australia A, Australia Under-19s, East Torrens, Hampshire, Middlesex. He was one of the talented youngster of Australia who hit 50 on his debut test against South Africa, 100 on his debut ODI against Sri Lanka. He also made his T20I debut recently against Pakistan. Philip Hughes also won the Domestic Player of the Cricket Australia recently. But unfortunately Philip Hughes has died just before 3 days before his 26th Birthday.

Philip Hughes Death News

Doctor of Philip Hughes confirm the death of the Philip Hughes by telling media that
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It is my pitiful obligation to illuminate you that a brief time prior Phillip Hughes passed away," Bruckner said. "He never recaptured awareness after his harm on Tuesday. He was not in torment before he passed and was encompassed by his family and close companions....
All the schedule for First Class and International cricket has been dismissed or cancelled all its fixtures and schedule for next 07 days after this sad news or to mourn for Philips Hughes. Brad Haddin, Steven Smith, Shane Watson, David Warner, Nathan Lyon, Moises Henriques, Mitchell Starc and Daniel Smith all invested time at the healing center, as did Ricky Ponting, Simon Katich, Phil Jaques and Brett Lee. Some flew in from interstate, including Aaron Finch, Matthew Wade, Peter Siddle, Peter Forrest, George Bailey, Ed Cowan, Justin Langer, and Cricket Australia's CEO James Sutherland and elite chief Pat Howard. The Chairperson Darren Lehmann was there too.
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May Allah rest Philip Hughes soul in peace... (Ameen)
« Last Edit: November 27, 2014, 11:20:35 AM by Arslan Ali »

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