Unfortunate and Tragedy Death of Phillip Hughes on 27-11-2014 of an Australia Test batsman Phil Hughes has died today, A big mishap in the history of cricket so far. He remained under critical conditions for two days and today when It was announced that He could win in the battle of life, shocked everyone who love cricket. He was being hit on the head by a ball. Australia team doctor Peter Brukner said he never regained consciousness and died in hospital in Sydney. On social media and every blog site I found everyone praying for him.
Hughes, 25 years old, was misfortune bouncer by Shaun Abbot and he was took off the ground on a stretcher at the Sydney Cricket Ground. He was struck on his head, missing his helmet.He had CPR and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation before being taken to hospital and placed in an induced coma. Same was happened few a days ago with Pakistan batsman Ahmed Shehzad but fortunately he was not gone into surgery but he was kept in ICU for 48 hours. It is the matter of Life and the decision of God. We are really feeling sorry and stood with his family in the grief moment of life. But we are the creatures of God and He is the ultimate Master of our life and the decision death.
Unfortunate and tragic Death of Phillip Hughes 27-11-2014 | An Horrible incident in the history of Cricket (we are sharing this news taken from internet different sites.. we found that these are the best words written by honorable writers in tribute to Phillip Hughes… we apologize in advance to just copy paste)
Peter Brukner stated that It is my sad duty to inform you that a short time ago Phillip Hughes had passed away. He could not regained consciousness following his injury on Tuesday.”He was not in pain before he passed and was surrounded by his family and close friends.”As a cricket community we mourn his loss and extend our deepest sympathies to Phillip’s family and friends at this incredibly sad time.
“Cricket Australia kindly asks that the privacy of the Hughes family, players and staff be respected.” Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott paid tribute to the player, describing him as “a young man living out his dreams”.
“His death is a very sad day for cricket and a heartbreaking day for his family. What happened has touched millions of Australians,” he said.
“For a young life to be cut short playing our national game seems a shocking aberration. He was loved, admired and respected by his teammates and by legions of cricket fans.”
Hughes, batting for South Australia, collapsed face first on the ground after being hit by the bouncer from Sean Abbott during a Sheffield Shield game against New South Wales.
He was treated on the pitch before being rushed to St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney where he underwent a 90-minute operation to relieve pressure on his brain.
Doctors did not give details on the extent of Hughes’s injuries but the Australian Broadcasting Corporation said his skull was fractured and the Sydney Morning Herald reported that he had suffered catastrophic bleeding in his brain.
Members of the Australian national team, including the captain Michael Clarke, had visited Hughes in hospital, comforting the stricken player’s mother and sister.
Hughes, who had played 26 Tests, made his Test debut at the age of 20 against South Africa in 2009.
In only his second match, he became the youngest batsman to post two centuries in a single Test.