Proteas send support to Hughes

2014-11-25 10:04
Cape Town - Proteas players have taken to Twitter to send messages of support to Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, who suffered a head injury after being struck by a short delivery in a domestic match.

The South Australian opener, who was wearing a helmet, had scored a composed 63 when he was hit by a ball from Sean Abbott while attempting a pull shot.

The 25-year-old remained in a critical condition in a Sydney hospital after undergoing emergency surgery as the sports world rallied around him.

Proteas ODI captain AB de Villiers tweeted:
Proteas all-rounder JP Duminy tweeted:
Proteas bowler Morne Morkel tweeted:

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