It is really bad time for cricket. getting injured fatally in cricket field is rare. my condolences to the bereaved family & Australian cricket.
At this juncture i would like bring to your kind attention that postponing of the 1st Test between India & Australia is not right by their own standards. I would like to bring memories of an incident where our Kapil Dev hit a ball and that injured fatally a dove on the ground. All Kapil wanted was a glass of water which were denied by the Aussies. The situation is similar instead of dove it is Huges. Why this double standards. Life is common for both human as well as other living beings. Whether they play the first test or not atleast let them realise the psychological & emotional aspect of the sports.
Re: phil huges
by pravin sarode on Dec 02, 2014 07:38 AM
really it is very sad that such young promising boy lost his life as he fail to hit ball with bat as he got afraid of bounce? no matter cought at deep boundary loosing wicket is better deal than loosing life so all batsmen in world please hit the ball hard when it comes to your head to pay tribute to phill huges I must wipe tears that often come to even indian fans as phill was of the age of my nephew it is loss to cricket world
Re: Re: why
by pravin sarode on Dec 02, 2014 08:25 AM
bowlers please learn lesson bowl only on stumps not on body because if some more batsman dies it must be booked under section 302/304 of Indian Penal Code IPC maximum penalies hang to death or lifeterm so please do not spoil name of indian that is already spoiled by politicians