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Australia’s former and present cricketers remembered the Baggy green cap no. 408 Philip Hughes with messages on social media on the fourth anniversary of his death.
Hughes died on November 27, 2014 after being struck on the neck by a short-pitched delivery when batting in a domestic match in Sydney. After collapsing at the stadium Hughes, who played 26 Tests and 25 one-day internationals, was treated by the boundary before being rushed to hospital.
The blow led to led to a "catastrophic" injury which caused "massive" bleeding to his brain, as his critical condition remained unchanged for two days but ultimately proved fatal
Michael Clarke, who often referred to Hughes as his younger brother, posted a picture alongside a message.