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Shane Watson feels stress after being hit by bouncer during training session

Australian all rounder Shane Watson on Tuesday left the training session after he was hit by a bouncer bowled by medium pacer James Pattinson at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) before third Test against India which starts on 26th of this month. The training session was abruptly finished after the hit of Watson at the MCG as the players looked disturbed after Watson fell to his knees after the severe blow and left the training session. Watson walked out of the nets after the blow and sat on the ground, later Pattinson was left shaken as players and the Australian cricket officials rushed to Watson to check at him. Watson sat outside the nets with his head in his hands, and few minutes later he left for the dressing room with club doctor Peter Brukner. Watson is not injured, but he took time to recover after struggling from the blow. The incident once again remembered the fact that Australian cricketers have not yet recovered completely from the bad incident of Phillip Hughes death in November, which left the whole cricket world in shock.

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