South African veteran Hashim Amla retired from all formats of cricket, county team tweeted information
South African legend Hashim Amla officially announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. Amla had retired from international cricket in 2019 itself.
South African star cricketer Hashim Amla has announced his retirement from all formats of cricket. He has completely retired from cricket. Earlier, African legend Hashil Amla announced his retirement after the 2019 ODI World Cup. The official Twitter handle of county team Surrey confirmed this on Wednesday.
After retiring from international, Amla was playing for Surrey. But this season he has refused to play and on Wednesday announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. He played his last match in professional cricket against Lancashire in the County Championship last year. This season he scored over 700 runs at an average close to 40 and the team won the title.
Amla scored 34,104 runs in all professional formats during a career spanning two decades. Playing for his country, he scored 9,282 runs in 124 Test matches from 2004 to 2019. He is second only to Jacques Kallis to do so. Amla is the first batsman to score a triple century for South Africa in the Test format. Amla scored over 18,000 runs in his international career.
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He scored 8113 runs in 181 ODIs with 27 centuries. He scored 1277 runs in 44 T20Is. He is now seen as a coach. He is currently working as the batting coach for MI Cape Town.