Injuries in cricket that ended careers
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Ryan Harris
Australia's fast bowler Ryan Harris announced his retirement from all forms of a cricket due to knee injury.
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Saba Karim
Indian wicket-keeper batsman retired from cricket after he lost one eye when a ball hit him in the face during the 2000 Asia Cup.
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Craig Kieswetter
Kieswetter announced retirement after he suffered a broken nose and fractured cheek bone while playing in a County Championship match.
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James Taylor
The former English cricketer was forced to retire at the age of 26 because of a serious heart condition
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Mark Boucher
During a match googly hit the stump and caused a bail to fly, and hit the eye which caused lacerated eyeball, this incident ended his career
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Phillip Hughes
Phillip Hughes life ended from a brain hemorrhage after being hit on the neck while playing for South Australia in a first-class match in Sydney.
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