[india] Videos

Cricket was shook by another unfortunate incident when a young Pakistan batsman Zubair Ahmed died after being struck by a bouncer during a domestic match in Mardan. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) took to social media to announce this sad news. The Twitter release stated “Tragic death of Zubair Ahmed is another reminder that safety gear i.e. helmet must be worn at all times. Our sympathies with Zubair’s family,”.

The incident occurred on August 14, which coincides with Pakistan’s Independence Day.

Zubair featured in 4 List A matches & represented the T20 team Quetta Bears.

Earlier on the same day, Australian vice-captain David Warner retired hurt after being struck in the neck by a lethal bouncer during a warm-up match ahead of the upcoming Bangladesh tour.

A focus on player safety has been the highest priority since the tragic death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes three years back in 2014.

Hughes, who played twenty six Tests, died from bleeding on the brain in November 2014 after being struck on the lower part of the skull by a rising ball from fast bowler Sean Abbott during a domestic match at the SCC in Sydney.

Hughes however was wearing the prescribed protective head gear but the ball struck him at the back of the head under the helmet.

Topics

Pakistani cricketer,Pakistani cricketer Hit by Bouncer,pakistan,cricket,pakistan cricket board,icc,ct17,cpl,india,cricket latest news,fakhar zaman,hassan ali,sarfraz ahmed,mardan incident,psl,mohammad asif,shoaib malik,shadab khan,cricket highlights,cricket news,national t20,mohammad amir,salman butt,pakistan national cricket team

Pakistani Cricketer Zubair Ahmed lost his life after being hit by Bouncer

Hulkenberg & Magnussen arguement as Alonso chills out

Hulkenberg & Magnussen arguement as Alonso chills out

Watch Hulkenberg & Magnussen arguement as Alonso chills out

Hulkenberg tried a pass around the outside of the tight Turn 2 left-hander with 9 laps remaining but was forced onto the grass in a move that earned Magnussen a 5 second time penalty.

During the post-race television interviews, Hulkenberg approached Magnussen and sarcastically commended him for being “once again the most unsporting driver”. Things could get any more worse.

Do Watch the video below and witness how things turned out.


Topics included

Blockquote class,async src,deck chair,team bosses,fresher tyres,champs https,post-race television interviews,five-second time penalty,horror season courtesy,sending people,front wing,braking point,championship points,race direction,television crews,four-week summer break,five-second penalty,two-time world champion,Budapest,Hungary,Eastern Europe,Europe,India,Southern Asia,Asia,Sky Sports,Honda Motor Company, Ltd.,Alonso Jenson Button,Sebastian Vettel,Sergio Perez,Gunther Steiner,Nico Hulkenberg.Kevin Magnussen,Romain Grosjean, Kevin Magnussen‬, ‪Nico Hülkenberg‬, ‪Hungarian Grand Prix‬, ‪Haas F1 Team‬, ‪Romain Grosjean‬, ‪Renault Sport Formula One Team‬‬

Hulkenberg & Magnussen arguement as Alonso chills out