End Of An Era – Hashim Amla Announced Retirement

End of an era; Cricket oval observed another great departure; Hashim Amla announced retirement from all formats

The South African batter Hashim Amla announced his retirement from all cricket formats yesterday. Currently, he was playing county cricket. He was representing the Surrey Post. Now, he will no longer be available for any cricket format.

He said on his last day,

“I have great memories of the Oval ground, and to finally leave it as a player fills me with immense gratitude for what has been. A sincere thank you to Alec Stewart and the entire Surrey staff, players and Members for their support. The Surrey ship runs so professionally that it would make any international player feel a sense of honour just to be involved with. I wish them all the best and many more trophies.”

Hashim is number 10 all time great ODI batsman, according to ICC ranking.He played 124 tests and scored 9,282. In 181 ODIs, he scored 8,113. He also played 44 T20s, and spectators witnessed his 1277. He bowled as well but did nothing great with his spin magic. He was part of the IPL and other leagues. He was seen for last time in international cricket in 2019. After that he played county cricket but also left it on the previous day.

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