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                      Wednesday Nov 26 12:24 AEDT
                      Phil Hughes. (Getty)
                      Phillip Hughes is to undergo further scans today as he fights for his life in an induced coma in a Sydney hospital.
                      England captain Alastair Cook. (Getty-file)
                      England captain Alastair Cook and his teammates have admitted they are in a state of shock at the plight of Aussie batsman Phillip Hughes.
                      Lionel Messi. (AAP)
                      Lionel Messi has became the Champions League's all-time leading scorer as Luis Suarez opening his Barcelona account.
                      Floyd Mayweather Jnr (L) and Manny Pacquiao. (Getty)
                      Philippino boxing star Manny Pacquiao is open to taking a smaller purse in a dream match-up with undefeated American Floyd Mayweather.
                      Wallabies captain Michael Hooper. (Getty)
                      Winning the World Cup might seem a dream but James Slipper believes the Wallabies can defy their underdog status at the tournament.
                      Lleyton Hewitt. (AAP)
                      Lleyton Hewitt says he's far from finished as a professional player and is determined this year's Australian Open won't be his last.
                      Sharks players celebrate an upset win over the Roosters in 2014. (Getty)
                      Cronulla's new CEO Lyall Gorman says the trouble-plagued Sharks have the right platform to be "one of the best football clubs in Australia".
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                      FOOTBALL: Melbourne City aren't scaredMelbourne City defender Jason Hoffman says new signings and the memory of last season's 5-0 win is providing confidence at the club. CRICKET: NSW players meet after Hughes' accidentThe NSW cricket side have met to ensure they are being properly supported in the wake of Phillip Hughes' life-threatening injuries. CRICKET: Shield round abandoned after Hughes hitCricket Australia has abandoned the full round of Sheffield Shield games because of Phillip Hughes' situation. Messages for Phillip Hughes flood TwitterPhillip Hughes has trended worldwide on Twitter, with more than 66,000 users sending their messages of support to the stricken cricketer. CRICKET: Social media reacts to Phillip HughesPast and present cricketers from around the world have taken to social media to express their support for stricken NSW batsman Phillip Hughes. Injuries show how dangerous sport can bePhillip Hughes' plight again shows just how dangerous professional sport can be; many athletes have fallen victim to freak accidents down the years. Wakeboarder's epic dirt bike failA professional wakeboarder in America has risked life and limb in a foolhardy jump while riding a dirt bike for the first time. FOOTBALL: Chelsea brush past Schalke 5-0 in ECLJose Mourinho's Premier League leaders have brushed aside Roberto Di Matteo's ineffective Schalke in Gelsenkirchen. Messi breaks record, Suarez breaks duckLuis Suarez opened his Barcelona account with a brilliant solo effort but his effort was overshadowed by another Lionel Messi record in the ECL. CRICKET: Aussie cricket greats rally around HughesAustralian cricket great Shane Warne is one of many sending their thoughts to both Phillip Hughes and Sean Abbott.
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