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TOP 10 Cricketers, Who Died While Playing a Match
Australian international cricketer Phil Hughes’s tragic death has sent a shockwave across the cricketing world.
Paying a tribute to him, we list top 10 instances when cricketers died while playing a match.
1- Phil Hughes -2014
Australia cricketer Phil Hughes died at the St Vincent's Hospital, on Thursday, November 27, 2014.
He succumbed to his injuries after battling for life for two days after being hit on the head by a bouncer.
He was struck on the head with a short-pitched delivery from pacer Sean Abbott in a domestic match.
2-Darryn Randall - 2013
Darryn Randall of South Africa, died when a ball hit on the head in a domestic match in 2013.
The wicketkeeper-batsman he was hit on the side of the head while attempting a pull shot.
He collapsed immediately and was rushed to hospital, but could not be revived upon arrival.
3-Zulfiqar Bhatti - 2013
Zulfiqar Bhatti of Pakistan died during a domestic game in 2013, after being hit by a bouncer.
The promising Pakistan player was hit in the chest by a rising ball while batting.
He collapsed to the ground and was rushed to hospital immediately, but pronounced dead on arrival.
4-Richard Beaumont - 2012
Richard Beaumont of England collapsed on the pitch, suffering a suspected heart attack in 2012.
The match was abandoned and the fast bowler was airlifted to Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth hospital.
But the fast bowler was pronounced dead shortly after his arrival, leaving everyone in shock.
5-Wasim Raja - 2006
Wasim Raja of Pakistan died with his boots on, playing in a 50-over competition in Surrey in 2006.
This former Pakistani cricketer had just bowled two-three overs and began complaining of uneasiness.
Soon he collapsed on the field, succumbing to a massive heart attack, leaving everyone shocked.
6-Raman Lamba - 1998
Raman Lamba of India died after being struck by the ball while fielding in Dhaka in 1998.
The ball hit him on the head, while standing at short-leg without wearing a helmet during a club match.
He went into a coma three days after the incident before being pronounced dead.
7-Ian Folley - 1993
Ian Folley of England died in a freak accident while batting in a domestic match 1993.
He was hit below the eye while batting for Derbyshire against Workington.
While under an anesthetic in hospital, he suffered a heart attack and was pronounced dead.
8-Wilf Slack - 1989
Wilf Slack of England collapsed and died at the age of 34 while batting in Banjul in January 1989.
The England opener had suffered four blackouts either on the field or at nets in the two previous years.
But exhaustive tests had failed to identify what was wrong with this left-handed opener.
9-Abdul Aziz - 1959
Pakistani batsman Abdul Aziz died during the final of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy in 1958-59.
The 17-year-old Aziz was facing an off-spinner in a match between Karachi and Services.
The ball rose sharply and hit him in the chest, where he collapsed and was declared dead at the hospital.
10-Andy Ducat - 1942
Andy Ducat of England, died on the pitch, while batting during a club game at Lord’s in July 1942.
Ducat, who made a single appearance for England, suffered a heart attack while batting.
He immediately collapsed and died, before anything can be done.