Phil Hughes
Phil Hughes

Australian players remember Phil Hughes on his death anniversary

ANI | Updated: Nov 27, 2018 17:51 IST

New Delhi [India], Nov 27 (ANI): Australian cricket players on Tuesday paid tribute to former opening batsman Phil Hughes on his fourth death anniversary.
Recollecting the memories of the former teammate, former Australia skipper Steve Smith took to his official Instagram account and posted a smiling picture of Hughes."Thinking of you today Hugh. #408," he captioned the post.

Fast bowler Mitchell Johnson also took to Instagram posting Hughes' image with the caption, "Always in our thoughts, miss you buddy #408."

"Always in our thoughts, we miss you bruz. #408," wrote opener, David Warner.

Hughes was the 408th player to represent the national side in the Test cricket and had played 26 Test matches during his career, which ended untimely.
Pacer Peter Siddle also remembered his former teammate through an Instagram post.
"Miss you braz!#408," he captioned Hughes' image.

Former skipper Michael Clarke took to his official Twitter handle and wrote, "I will see you again."

Hughes was struck on the back of the neck by a bouncer while batting for the West End Redbacks in a Sheffield Shield match against New South Wales at the Sydney Cricket Ground on November 25, 2014.
Two days later, the 25-year-old South Australian batsman died in the hospital as a result of a traumatic basal subarachnoid haemorrhage caused by the blow. (ANI)

iocl