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Hughes stops

Hughes stops

Phillip Hughes died yesterday as a result of the injuries he sustained when struck by a bouncer two days ago, Cricket Australia has confirmed. He was 25 and would turn 26 the day after tomorrow. Team doctor Peter Brukner confirmed the news in a statement released on Thursday afternoon. "It is my sad duty to...

Australian batsman Phil Hughes dies

Australian batsman Phil Hughes dies

Australia Test batsman Phillip Hughes has died aged 25, two days after being struck on the top of the neck by a ball during a domestic match in Sydney. Australian Team Doctor Peter Brukner said he never regained consciousness. . Hughes, who also played for Hampshire, Middlesex and Worcestershire, was hit by a delivery from...

Watch the moment Phil Hughes was struck (video)

Phillip Hughes, the Australia batsman touted to replace injured captain Michael Clarke for next week's test match against India, succumbed to the injuries two days after he was struck on the head while playing for South Australia against New South Wales. The 25-year-old, who scored 63 runs for South Australia before being hit, passed away after injuries sustained while facing a bouncer from New South Wales fast bowler Sean Abbott at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The video aired by 3 News...

Cricketers who died of on-field injuries

Cricketers who died of on-field injuries

Before Phil Hughes’ demise, there were 12 more incidents where 11 cricketers and an umpire succumbed to on-field injuries. 2014- Phillip Hughes (Australia) The 25-year-old Australian batsman was stuck on the neck by a short-pitched delivery while batting in a domestic match. Hughes was treated by the boundary before being rushed to hospital, where he died...

BANGLADESH VS ZIMBABWE 3RD ODI

Tigers beat Zimbabwe by 124 runs, seal ODI series

Tigers beat Zimbabwe by 124 runs, seal ODI series

Bangladesh today beat visiting Zimbabwe by a big margin of 124 runs in the third ODI to seal the five-match series 3-0 in Dhaka’s Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium.

Australia top ODI rankings

Australia top ODI rankings

Australia beat South Africa by two wickets in Sydney to win the one-day international series 4-1 and return to the top of the world ODI rankings. The hosts were set a Duckworth/Lewis target of 275 from 48 overs after the Proteas made 280-6 from their 50 overs as opener Quinton de Kock hit 107. The...

BANGLADESH VS ZIMBABWE

Tigers seal second ODI win

Tigers seal second ODI win

Bangladesh have won the toss and elected to bat first in the second ODI against Zimbabwe at Chittagong’s Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium today. The hosts will eye a 2-0 lead today in the five-match series after Friday’s 87-run win against the visitors in the first ODI with Shakib Al Hasans’ 100 and four-wicket-haul.

BCB XI beat Zimbabwe by 88 runs

BCB XI beat Zimbabwe by 88 runs

Bangladesh Cricket Board's (BCB) XI team today beat the visiting Zimbabwe team by 88 runs at Chittagong’s Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium. BCB XI won the practice match that was played ahead of Bangladesh’s five-match one day series (ODI) after the Tigers whitewashed Zimbabwe 3-0 in the Test series. Losing the toss, BCB XI scored 282...

Tigers whitewash Zimbabwe

Tigers whitewash Zimbabwe

Bangladesh completed a whitewash today in the three-match Test series against Zimbabwe after beating the visitors by a big margin of 186 runs at Chittagong. Zimbabwe put up a brave fight and managed to bring down the trail below 200 runs after put to chase a target 449 runs in their second innings.

BANGLADESH VS ZIMBABWE 3RD TEST

Zimbabwe start confident chase

Zimbabwe start confident chase

Bangladesh rode on Mominul Haque’s fourth Test century to set Zimbabwe a target of 448 runs nearing end of fourth day’s play today in the third Test at Chittagong. 23-year-old Mominul Haque also entered in the ranks of top 10 Test run scorers of Bangladesh.

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