Sean Abbott bouncer fells batsman in chilling Phillip Hughes reminder

MELBOURNE March 4: It was a harrowing moment for Abbott, who bowled the bouncer that struck former Australia Test batsman Hughes on his neck at the Sydney Cricket Ground in November 2014, which tragically led to his death.
An emotional Abbott took time to regain his composure after the sickening incident before resuming his bowling spell.
Pucovski is regarded as one of Australia's most promising young batsmen. At just 20 years old, has a history of concussion-related incidents.
In his first-class debut last season Pucovski's match ended early when he was struck in the head, forcing him to miss three months of cricket as a result of the blow.
The death of the popular Hughes at 25 stunned Australia and the world cricket community, sparking an outpouring of grief.
A coronial inquest in 2016 found that Hughes had made a "minuscule misjudgement" before he was fatally struck and no blame was attached to Abbott.
Cricket Australia has new rules in place for concussion subs in domestic games following recommendations from an independent investigation into the death of Hughes.