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Twitter Pays Tribute To Australian Cricketer Phillip Hughes Who Died Two Days After Being Hit By A Ball

Twitter Pays Tribute To Australian Cricketer Phillip Hughes Who Died Two Days After Being Hit By A Ball

The heartbreaking news broke this morning that 25-year-old cricketer Phillip Hughes has passed away in a Syndey hospital two days after being hit by a ball.

The batsman was batting for South Australia during a Sheffield Shield game against New South Wales on Tuesday when he was struck on the neck by a delivery from Sean Abbot.

And the world of cricket have joined in mourning the death of one of the sports’ true gentlemen paying their respects on Twitter.

Heartbreaking stuff.

 

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