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Cricket tragedy Club player Hareesh Gangadhar dies during match in Dunedin | Death of Indian-origin club cricketer during a match, died on the field.

Gangadharan talked of difficulty in breathing after bowling two overs
During the fielding, Harish fell on the ground and he died

Sports desk Harish Gangadharan, cricketer of Indian origin died during a club match. This match was being played in Dunedin, New Zealand. Gangadharan, 33, talked of having difficulty in breathing after bowling two overs. During fielding, he fell to the ground. The fellow players tried to lift them, but by then they had died.

Harish playing for the Green Island Cricket Club

Harish Green played for Iceland Cricket Club The president of the club said, "My heart is very broken while confirming this news." Harish Gangadharan of Green Iceland Cricket Club could not be saved even after every possible effort.

According to Gangadharan's fellow players, Gangadharan living in Kochi came to New Zealand five years ago. He was playing from the 6th season on behalf of Green Iceland. Harish used to open his team in both batting and bowling.

According to fellow player Cyrus Barnabas, before the match played on Saturday, Gangadhan had three things elsewhere. First of all, that team will score at least 250, the second will play 50 overs. The third thing is that one player will score a hundred.

Raman Lamba's death while fielding Earlier, Indian player Raman Lamba died while fielding during a club match in Bangladesh. The ball was on their heads. After struggling for three days, he died. At the time of his death, Raman was only 38 years old. During the accident in Bangladesh, his wife was in India.

Phil Hughes died on November 27, 2014 by Phil Hughes, who had died in a cricket match due to a head injury. Phil Hughes was playing for South Australia in the Sheffield Shield Trophy match. On November 25, New South Wales fast bowler Sean Abbott was badly injured in an attempt to hook the bouncer. The ball hit the head in the lower part of his helmet. He died in this accident.

                

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