Who said what: Cricketing fraternity pay tribute to Phillip Hughes on his third death anniversary
Cricketers and fans - including England's Barmy Army - paid tribute to Hughes at the Ashes today.
Michael Clarke's profile picture on Twitter
27th November will always be considered a black day in cricket history. This day in 2014 we lost talented Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes, in a hospital in Sydney two days after being struck on the back of the head by a bouncer bowled by Sean Abbot.
Today on his third death anniversary, the cricket fraternity took to Twitter in tribute to the man who gave his life to the game.
Some of their tweets: