Hasim Amla announces retirement from all forms of cricket, know details here

Hasim Amla retired from all formats of cricket South African batsman Hashim Amla has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. Amla has said goodbye to international cricket in 2019 itself. Although he was playing county cricket. But now he has left county cricket as well and has decided to leave all formats of cricket.

Amla said goodbye to all forms of cricket
Announcing his retirement, South African veteran batsman Hashim Amla said that ‘I have wonderful memories of the Oval ground. Leaving it as a player fills me with immense gratitude for this. My sincere thanks to Alec Stewart and the entire Surrey staff, players and members. I wish Surrey all the best and hope to win many more trophies.

Amla’s career has been brilliant
39-year-old veteran South African player Hashim Amla has had a great career. If we look at Amla’s figures in his international career, he has played 124 Test matches for South Africa, in which he has scored 9,282 runs. During this, Amla had scored 28 centuries and 41 half-centuries. He is the only batsman to score a triple century in Tests for his country. He played an unbeaten inning of 311 runs in the Test.

Apart from Tests, Amla has played 181 matches for South Africa in ODIs. During this he has scored 8,113 runs. He has scored 27 centuries and 39 half-centuries in ODIs. Amla has also represented South Africa in 44 T20 Internationals. During this he has scored 1277 runs.

Amla has a great record in first class cricket. He has scored 19,521 runs in 265 first class matches with the help of 57 centuries and 93 half-centuries.

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