Australian batsman Phillip Hughes passed away on Thursday following a head injury he suffered during a Sheffield shield match between South Australia and New South Wales. He was hit by a bouncer bowled by Sean Abbott following which he fell unconscious on the pitch. He was shifted to a local hospital in Sydney – St Vincent’s Hospital where he was in a state of induced coma. Also Read - Australia Cricketer Phil Hughes Remembered Five Years After Tragic Death

However, after conditions didn’t improve even after two days, his family decided to remove the life support system resulting in the 25-year old breathing his last. The cricketing world came out to offer their condolence and also urged the bowler Sean Abbott to stay strong. Also Read - English Commentator Draws Flack Over His Comments on Sean Abbott, Referencing Phillip Hughes' Death

Hughes played 26 Tests in his short-career, scoring 1,535 runs at 32.65 with three centuries and seven fifties. His final Test was at Lord’s in July 2013. He also featured in 25 ODIs. He is the only Australian to score a century on ODI debut. His final ODI came last month against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi, a week after he played his lone T20 international against the same opposition in Dubai. Watch the full video. (with inputs from PTI) Also Read - India vs Australia 2018: Steve Smith, Mitchell Johnson, Michael Clarke, ICC Lead Tributes in Memory of Phil Hughes