David Warner, Michael Clarke and others pay tribute to Phil Hughes on his 4th death anniversary

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In one of the most tragic incidents ever seen on a cricket field, a delivery from Australia pacer Sean Abbott was hit on the back of the head of opening batsman Phil Hughes while batting on 25th November. Two days later Hughes died after fighting valiantly for his life.

Hughes was batting on 63 when the unfortunate incident happened. He was the 408th cricketer to represent Australia in Test Cricket.

Incidentally, India were the visitors to Australia in 2014 and the opening Test of the series was postponed because of Hughes’ premature death.

Tuesday (November 27) was marked as the four year anniversary of his death, and David Warner, Michael Clarke and other members from the cricketing world took to Twitter to pay tributes to one of the champion cricketers.

This article was first published on CricketTimes.com.
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