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Sean Abbott came back strong after Hughes incident

New South Wales bowler Sean Abbott showed resilience and a singular aim to succeed by taking 6 for 14 against Queensland in the second innings in a Sheffield Shield game to get out of the darkest phase of his life. Philip Hughes has died after being struck by a fine bouncer from Abbott. Since from that tragic incident there were questions that whether a shell-shocked Abbott could recover from it and again play at the highest level. Abbott came back strongly by taking eight wickets in the match against Queensland in Sydney made a perfect return to competitive cricket. His spell helped New South Wales to win by an innings and 80 runs.

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