Friday, August 9, 2019

South Africa Batsman Hashim Amla retires from International Cricket.

South Africa Batsman retires from International Cricket

South African batsman Hashim Amla retires from international cricket. Hashim Amla played the first international match against India in November 2004.

Hashim Amla retirement,
Hashim Amla, Photo: social media


South Africa batsman Hashim Amla on Thursday reported his retirement from all types of International cricket. Hashim Amla will keep on playing local T20 cricket in South Africa.

Hashim Amla Achievement and Records:

Former African team captain Hashim Amla played 349 international matches. During this, he scored more than 18 thousand runs.
Hashim Amla scored 55 centuries in a 15-year career.
He was criticized after his poor performance in the World Cup 2019.
Hashim Amla had scored 203 runs in 7 matches of the World Cup. During this time his average was 40.60. Hashim Amla could not score a single century in the 2019 World Cup.

Hashim Amla is the highest batsman to score 27 centuries in ODIs for South Africa. 
He is followed by AB de Villiers, who retired in second place. Who has scored a total of 25 centuries.
He is the second batsman in the country to score the most centuries in Tests. Hashim Amla scored 28 centuries. Jacques Kallis ranks first with 45 centuries.

Hashim Amla Scores:


Hashim Amla has played 124 Test matches, scoring 9282 runs at an average of 46.64. In this, he has scored 28 centuries and 311 half-centuries.

Hashim Amla played 181 matches in which 8113 runs have been scored at an average of 49.46.
In this, he scored 27 centuries and 159 half-centuries.

Hashim Amla played 4 matches in t20, scoring 1277 runs.

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