Cricketers and fans around the world are paying tribute to Phillip Hughes via a social media.
England captain Alastair Cook and Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews also joined in to pay their respects to Phillip Hughes during their second One-day International at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo on Saturday.
Australian Test batsman Hughes died at the age of 25 on Thursday, two days after he was struck in the head by a short-pitched delivery from Sean Abbott in a first class game at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
The ground also observed an emotional silence.
Australia's Test captain Michael Clarke choked back tears as he paid tribute to Hughes on Saturday, while New Zealand coach Mike Hesson said his players felt the second day of their third Test against Pakistan in Sharjah was ‘irrelevant’.