Fans and fellow cricketers trend #63notout as they remember Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes on his 5th death anniversary. Check out how Twitterati shared their love for the cricketer.
It is 5 years since Australian cricketer, Phillip Hughes, lost his life on the field that he was fond of and choose to be on. Phillip was hit by a bouncer at the age of 25 in a match while batting for South Australia in a Sheffield Shield match on November 25, 2014, against New South Wales at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Even though he was wearing a helmet, the ball struck the part that was not protected. His death made the cricket community focus on the need for neck guard in cricket. Various cricketers and fans remember their favourite cricketer on his fifth death anniversary.
Here is how Twitter remembered Phillip Hughes:
— #Me66i ⚽ ? (@jayrazzzz) November 27, 2019
The day when STEVE SMITH @stevesmith49
— Smudge and Cummo (@Smudge49Cummo30) November 27, 2019
#OnThisDay in 2014, #Philhughes lost his life. It was the saddest moment happened on the cricket field.
I still remember whn i saw this news on tv, it ws extremely shocking fr every cricket viewer.
After tht, #PhillipHughes forever be #63notout
We'll nvr forgt u#63NotOutForever pic.twitter.com/0Y5dSggURx
— Archie Agarwal (@_rchie0425) November 27, 2019
— SURYA™ (@kingmakerrr99) November 27, 2019
— Sanjana Sharma (@Sanjana_sharma9) November 27, 2019
"The biggest achievement in life is to leave the breathe what you love doing"& this man left his breathe doing what he was passionate about. Cricket,5 years its been but when it comes to 27 November..The memories still haunts.#63NotOutForever#PassedAnniversaryOfLatePhilHughes pic.twitter.com/sSwMGRaMjj
— Bandana Proteas ABD Adhikari? (@sparklingtutu17) November 27, 2019
— Itz me bass17 (@iambashith) November 27, 2019
I’m constantly telling the boys to put a helmet on in the nets. My Facebook memory popped up with a comment about me staying off the internet all day, on this sad day 5 years ago, so that I wouldn’t see this tragic news, while praying for a recovery.#63NotOutForever pic.twitter.com/VQeiXpzszG
— Sally Cole (@SalCole75) November 27, 2019
— Steve Smith fan (@thevipersden) November 27, 2019
— MS Dhoni/ Mahi7781 (@1662001Mahesh) November 27, 2019
— CricTracker (@Cricketracker) November 27, 2019
Five years ago today a young man left the world while doing what he loved the most. Hughesy, forever in our hearts.
— Nahiyan ?? (@Nahiy4n) November 27, 2019
— அவினாஷ் @ Avinash (@imavinashdhoni7) November 27, 2019
— SurendiranV (@Im_Surendiran_V) November 27, 2019
— SuNiL MeEL (@sunilmeel811) November 27, 2019
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— vipul parihar (@vipul_parihar) November 27, 2019
— Hello Haanji (@itsaftab0) November 27, 2019
— Madhav Goel (@madhavgoel08) November 27, 2019
— Pudja (@Pudja_10) November 26, 2019
5 years, sport lost one of the best promising talents?#63NotOutForever
— Kausthub (@kaustats) November 26, 2019
The Phillip Hughes incident changed the way I looked at cricket or cricketers. Every time someone faces a bouncer, those pics flash by, but on 27th Nov, it just hurts a little more. ?
Always in our heart, Hughesy!#63NotOutForever
— Aishu Haridas (@imaishu_) November 27, 2019
— Prajakta Bhawsar (@18prajakta) November 26, 2019
Five years to this day when the death of #PhilHughes left us all shaken and stirred. Still remember his best mate and the then Aus skipper @MClarke23 breaking down during remembrance. #PutOutYourBats #63NotOutForever pic.twitter.com/DQN2n3ApuC
— Vikrant Gupta (@vikrantgupta73) November 27, 2019
We miss you, Phillip Hughes! #63notout