Phillip Hughes: Alastair Cook says cricket has 'never been safer'

England captain Alastair Cook says that cricket has "never been safer" and does not believe bouncers should be outlawed following the death of Phillip Hughes.

Cook paid tribute to the Australian batsman, recalling how much they had in common being left handed opening batsman and keen farmers.

England play Sri Lanka in the second one-day international in Colombo on Saturday.

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