West Indian batting legend Brian Lara has joined thousands to pray for Australian batsman Phil Hughes‘ quick recovery but he felt cricket is a dangerous game and said there is always an element of risk in the game.
Brian Lara believes it would be unbearable to guarantee that an alike incident like this would not happen again in future. Brian said it is very unlucky. Batsmen are always in danger of all types of dissimilar things. We would not wish something like that to happen at all.
Lara said in a newspaper it is so unhappy what took place and we just have to pray. He knows that the total Australia and the cricketing world are expect the best comes out of this and pray he comes back with recovered health.
He said that it is cricket and they are always going to have that part of risk. This is an unlucky infrequent situation.He also said that it is a dangerous game. Along with rugby and rugby league which are tough games, and motor racing, there is also part of risk.
Lara forced that the bowling rules, especially who bowls short pitched bowling, should not be changed for this incident. Brian said in media that it is a part of the sport and he thinks they have done their best over these years to restraint it and direct it as best as possible. It is part of the arsenal of a fast pace bowler and it is very tough to take that fully away from them.He added there is some batsmen who feed on that type of attack and he do not believe that is it’s something that should really influence pace bowlers and the rules governing them.
Phil Hughes is fighting for life as he remained in coma after being struck in a freak incident during a Sheffield Shield match at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday.The 25 year old batsman who was on the edge of a Test recall, was hit on the lower head by a Sean Abbott bouncer.
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