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    Worldwide Tributes For Phillip Hughes

    In the last week we've seen an outpouring of grief from around the country for Cricketer Phillip Hughes. But it's the well-wishes from across the globe that has really shown how far and wide the passing of the 25 year-old has touched people.

    Friendly foes, The Barmy Army, left tributes outside the SCG.

    AAP / Via sbs.com.au

    Tributes were also laid at the home of cricket - Lord's in London.

    Lord's Ground / Via abc.net.au

    Phillip Hughes' face lit up screens at cricket games, like this one at the fourth one-day international between Zimbabwe and Bangledesh in Dhaka.

    AFP / Via abc.net.au

    Cricketers in all corners of the globe, held a minute silence for Phillip.

    Getty Images / Via smh.com.au

    The Black Caps wear black arm bands in the UAE, as they remember their fallen friend

    Cricket fans in Pakistan held candlelight vigils for the fallen batsman.

    The #putyourbatsout tribute inundated social media, with images coming from cricket fans as far as the United States.

    Putting one out in Chicagoland in memory of #RIPPhilHughes #putoutyourbats

    Michael Harrison@Mitchman67Follow

    Putting one out in Chicagoland in memory of #RIPPhilHughes #putoutyourbats

    3:29 AM - 28 Nov 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    Some of cricket's greats shared their pictures, quickly joining the social media campaign.

    My bat when I was 25. RIP Phil. #putoutyourbats

    sachin tendulkar@sachin_rtFollow

    My bat when I was 25. RIP Phil. #putoutyourbats

    10:53 PM - 28 Nov 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    It wasn't just cricketers that showed their support. Actor Hugh Jackman put out a bat on Broadway, just before his show 'The River'.

    Singer Elton John also paid his respects during a concert in Germany.

    View this video on YouTube

    Top Tenners / Via youtube.com

    The Queen also sent a private message of condolence to the Hughes family.

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