Australian cricket player Phillip Hughes was badly injured after a bouncer hit his head. Watch HD replay highlights video and photos of that accident. According to sources Phil Hughes has gone into come in hospital, Australian team doctor Peter Brukner will give exact updates of his health shortly.
Phil Hughes was batting for South Australia in Sheffield Shield match when he was hit by the fast bouncer ball, the match was against NSW played at the SCG ground. He was hit on left side on the read head, just below the helmet. After the ball was hit he was bleeding and he also stood for few second, but after two to three seconds he fell down on the ground as the pain was high, all the players and umpire got close to him and realized that the injury was bad enough and immediately called the ambulance to rush hospital. Phillip Hughes was immediately rushed to the hospital in the emergency ambulance where he undergone a emergency surgery, he is in an induced coma after surgery to relieve pressure on his brain.
Australian captain Michael Clarke who is a close friend of him arrived to the hospital immediately to see him and was at the hospital whole night. The South Australian Cricket Association released a statement on Hughes: “On behalf of the SACA Board and administration, our thoughts and prayers are with Phil Hughes and his family at this time.”
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Phillip Hughes made his test debut on 26th February 2009 vs South Africa and ODI debut on 11th January 2013 vs Sri Lanka. He has played twenty six tests and twenty five one day International matches for Australia. Phillip Hughes has played for many dmestic cricket teams like New South Wales, Middlesex, Hampshire, Sydney Thunder, Worcestershire, South Australia, Adelaide Strikers and Mumbai Indians. Our prayers are with Phil Hughes, we wish he recovers soon and starts playing cricket again.